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Gruppo 62 Italian Project Undergraduate Collaboration Universities of Hull & Leeds SIS, Cork, July 2003
Project Team Project manager: George Talbot Web developer: Kathryn Cheshir Writers Catherine Keen, Brian Richardson, George Talbot, Pamela Williams & Dick Andrews Funding UCML (HEFCE)
G62 aims build on regional collaboration for the promotion of Italian studies maintain & enhance breadth of curriculum advance development of C&IT tools for learning and teaching
G62 objectives topic-based modules Italian culture, history, lang. & lit. enhance elements of existing modules issue(s) of inter-institutional modules
G62 topics History & Culture of Medieval Italy History & Culture of Renaissance Italy Linguistic Variety in Modern Italy
G62 issues arising teaching students at different levels putting the learning materials to different kinds of uses vexed question of Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs)
The Problem: VLE options Blackboard MERLIN (Hull) Bodington Common (Leeds)
G62 : VLE pros and cons corporate identity communication with students multi-site learning community whose identity? motivation and commitment? does it work in the single campus setting?
G62 solution to VLE problem place the learning material in a closed- access website let students access this material from their familiar VLE => open-ended
Benefits Image handling Audio (and video) files Flexibility
The Future Evaluation Maintaining and developing Model for materials exchange scheme? Disseminating best practice Identifying future users
Electronic Theses The RGU Project Background to the Project Aims and Objectives Dr. Susan Copeland.
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Supporting further and higher education Effective Practice in e-learning Sarah Knight Programme Manager, JISC Development Group.
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Supporting further and higher education Innovation JISC e-Learning Programme: Innovation Strand Lisa Gray Programme Manager.
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Learning Outcomes in quality enhancement Presenters Dr David Bottomley –QAA Scotland Dr Alan Davidson –The Robert Gordon University, and Bologna Expert.
A centre of expertise in digital information management Enhancing access to e-resources. Dr Liz Lyon, Director, UKOLN RSC-SW Meeting, Taunton.
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