Author Archives: Carrie Dunn

Forum: e-Framework

JISC-funded projects produce a great deal of valuable outputs, in terms of software, data formats, formal models and other more informal guides and reports. But how can those outputs be made more visible, and disseminated more widely, and how can their context be captured to ensure their sensible reuse?  The international e-Framework is intended to … Read more

Session 3: Bridging the gap

Audio from the session [audio:http://www.jisc.ac.uk/media/avfiles/events/2008/07/session3c.mp3] To downlod the MP3 click here Session 3 of the student experience theme was called Bridging the Gap. The intent was to stimulate discussion and thinking following up from the previous sessions about dissonances between students and institutional expectations. The panel members are project leaders on initiatives that have talked … Read more

Session 2: The Google Generation

Audio from the session [audio:http://www.jisc.ac.uk/media/avfiles/events/2008/07/session2c.mp3] To downlod the MP3 click here This session looked at generational variations in the usage of Web 2.0 tools, and young people’s expectations of ICT provision at university. The ensuing debate examined whether ICT/Web 2.0 tool usage by universities should be student-led, and discussed whether or not the changing skillset … Read more

Session 1: Listening to Learners

Audio from the session [audio:http://www.jisc.ac.uk/media/avfiles/events/2008/07/session1c.mp3] To downlod the MP3 click here This session was a workshop rather than a formal presentation and panel debate, and was led by a project team who have worked on projects to elicit students’ ideas and experiences of the technologies they use in their studies. The group activities included trying … Read more