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Working together using this wiki

 

Think of this wiki as a shared online whiteboard. We will use these pages to build up the case studies, reports and any other publications. This main page will be used to record dates of meetings, core project documents and the membership of the project. There are dedicated pages for each of the themes. You can easily see what people have changed, and edit all the text.

 

 

Group A - Steering group

Group B - members

 

 

 

The CAMEL Model

 

The CAMEL Model (zip file too large to upload; please contact JISC infoNet if you require additional copies)

Understanding Our Practice CAMEL final production proof.pdf

 

 

FINAL case studies by theme

 

 

Theme Subject Centres
Institutions
 e-portfolios

MEDEV

 

HS&P

C-SAP

Newcastle

Wolverhampton School of Health

Sheffield Hallam

Wolverhampton Education

 e-assessment

C-SAP

Economics

HLST

BMAF

 

MEDEV

Leeds Metropolitan University

Glamorgan

Derby

Nottingham OMR

Nottingham supporting disabilities

Warwick

Edinburgh

 e-administration

 

 No case studies

 learning resources and activities

 

C-SAP

Economics

 

BMAF

 

HSAP

MEDEV 

 

HCA/PRS

 

 

Sheffield Hallam (video)

Derby (MSc)

Derby (BA)

Central Lancashire

Bradford

Warwick

Sheffield Hallam (Drug Use in Context )

Hull

Glasgow Philosophy

Wales at Swansea (podcasting)

tech-enhanced learning environments

HCA/PRS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

C-SAP

 

 

HLST 

 

HCA/PRS

 

Economics

HLST

Economics

BMAF

 

Glasgow Scottish History

Glasgow Divinity

Glasgow Classics

Glasgow HATII (Humanities Advanced Technology Information Institute)

Wolverhampton Religious Studies
Wales at Swansea (vr-links)

Wales at Swansea (learning lab)


Leeds Metropolitan University

 

Edinburgh Labrynth

Edinburgh virtual farm

Hull (MALSO)

Hull (WHIP)

Birmingham-Coventry

Newcastle

Exeter

Glamorgan


   

 

Click on link below to view the case study template  

 

Case study template

Here is a downloadable Word version case study template i1.doc

 

 

Meetings

 

When What
Venue  
10 May 2007 Steering Group + SC leaders

Manchester:11:30 - 13:30
Venue: Staff House Cttee Room, Burlington St (by the refectory),

Manchester University - no 63 on the map:
http://www.manchester.ac.uk/visitors/travel/maps/numerical/
 

 
17 May 2007 Startup meeting

Birmingham: 10:30-16:00

Venue: Aston University Business School Conference Centre

Agenda

 Agenda Start-up Meeting 2007 05 17 .doc

Gill's ppt (CAMEL pilot)

GF CAMEL i1.ppt

Jacquie's ppt ( themes)
 
20070517 CAMELBeLT startup themes i1.ppt

5/6 July 2007 Workshop

5th July meeting + dinner venue:

Royal York Hotel, Station Parade, York. Y02 1AA

6th July venue is

The Higher Education Academy, York

Showcase Friday 5th July

Workshop 6th July 2007

Images on Flickr.doc

 

       BMAF Economics and HLST cluster 6th July
       Theme discussion Technology Supported Learning
       

 

Project Documents

 

Project Proposal Revised_CAMEL_Tangible_Benefits_E-learning i3.doc
Project Plan CAMEL_3_Plan_v4.doc
Project Initiation Document (PID) for partner insitutions to sign CAMEL_BeLT_Project_Initiation_Document i3.doc
Final Report to JISC (template) Final_Report_Template_v1_Dec_03.doc
Procedure for claiming project funds Procedure for claiming project funding.doc
CAMEL pilot project Published Paper BJET Final Paper Jameson Ferrell Kelly Masterman Walker and Ryan June 2006.pdf

 

 

Project Reports

 

Draft report to JISC  wiki version

 

 

Secondary Literature

I have added files in relation to: a) Data analysis and Research on E-learning in the UK (across Faculties etc.); b) Research Papers on how to use best the theory behind Case Studies. Both should be useful to people drafting the Introduction/Methodology/Outcomes and to people who summarise or improve on the Case Studies. All of the material is put in the Files section with the date 17/07/07 (Ref: Costas). 

Comments (6)

Anonymous said

at 8:58 am on May 17, 2007

does the fact that the date of the workshop in July clashes with the HEA conference have an implication?

Anonymous said

at 5:05 pm on May 17, 2007

The Higher Education Academy thought that it would be a good idea to have the workshop immediately after the Annual Conference. We acknowledge that this date will not suit all project partners but hope that most will be able to attend. You will be most welcome to attend the workshop later in the month in Bristol. Much of the collaboration on the project will be using this wiki so no-one will be excluded from participating.

Anonymous said

at 1:57 pm on May 28, 2007

I still need to get agreement on the Bristol date, but I am hoping it will be on the 16th (evening) and 17th (day) of July. I realise that this doesn't leave much time for the final workshop. How does the 19th (evening) and the 20th (day) sound for this???

Anonymous said

at 1:59 pm on May 28, 2007

The last comment was from Steve Probert - I thought it would have just flagged that it was from me as I am logged in!

Anonymous said

at 10:57 pm on Jun 22, 2007

Has anybody else had problems editing these pages using Safari on Mac OS X? Any solution?

Anonymous said

at 5:02 pm on Jun 25, 2007

David
re: Mac OSX
Won't edit unless you use HTML within Safari but works using Firefox (mac OSx 10.4.10 with Firefox 2.0.04 on Intel imac)

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