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- 982 respondents so far | Type of mobile contract: Monthly : 642 | PayGo : 256
- Smartphone ownership: Blackberry : 184 | iPhone : 173 | Android : 82 | Other : 24 | Symbian : 20 | Windows : 13
- Most useful mobile features: Course info/deadlines: 722 | Course/exam timetables: 708 | Accessing VLE: 552 | Library account: 451 | PC availability: 388 | Campus maps: 366 | Alerts: 352 | Staff directory: 332 | Locating friends: 270 | University news: 209 | Tagging uni photos: 112
- IT used several times a day: Websites: 656 | Email: 504 | Facebook: 489 | Twitter: 91 | GPS: 73 | Skype: 48
- Sheila MacNeill on Evaluation and reflection
- University-wide coursework submission system | JISC Transforming Assessment and Feedback For Institutional Change on Our Moodle mega mashup: part 2
- Sheila MacNeill on Our Moodle mega mashup: part 2
- Campus Edition new features, April-June 2011 | www.talisaspire.com on Working with partners: Talis Aspire and Equella
- JISC RSC Northwest Events 2011 - Nillan Fakira on Responses from 100 device-led student interviews
Monthly Archives: July 2010
MMU has recently (and publicly) reviewed its learning technologies and will be making significant investment in a new integrated VLE and Repository. The W2C project plans to enhance and extend this investment by opening up new development paths and will share with the sector the experience of pursuing them on an institutional scale.
The W2C project will demonstrate in particular the potential of Widgets, institutional Web-services and Cloud-sourced services for delivering an institutional vision of convenient, integrated and extensible learning systems. Continue reading