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e-Tools

A standards based Chat client featuring "structured argumentation" capabilities (aka "InterLoc")
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning e-Tools (round 2)
Category: Collaboration
Details: more info
Links: Project website Source Code
ASAP (Automated System for Assessment of Programming) is a system for use in the teaching of software development and computer science. The tool is used to automatically evaluate students' JAVA programming assignments.
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning e-Tools (round 1)
Category: Assessment
Details: more info
The ASSIS (Assessment and Simple Sequencing Integration Services) tool takes the APIS (assessment) and ISIS (sequencing) toolkits and orchestrates them (using BPEL) to provide a single unified service
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning e-Tools (round 1)
Category: Content Delivery
Details: more info
Links: Project website
The beginnings of a Personal Learning Environment (PLE) based on Bodington
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning e-Tools (round 1)
Category: Collaboration
Details: more info
A new range of tools that will allow practitioners and learners to share e-learning resources
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning e-Tools (round 1)
Category: Repositories
Details: more info
Links: Project website
e-LAWS (eLearning Annotation Web Service)
The tool allows learners to add comments, links and images into the body of existing web pages and share these additions with other learners. It does this without the need to rewrite the original document
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning e-Tools (round 1)
Category: Collaboration
Links: Project website
This project aims to consolidate and fully document the generic ePortfolio tool and to offer it to the JISC community as a freely available, standards-compliant, open source ePortfolio.
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning e-Tools (round 1)
Category: ePortfolio
Details: more info
Links: Project website
A weblogging engine aimed at universities for collaborative learning and publishing
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning e-Tools (round 1)
Category: Collaboration
Details: more info
Links: Project website Source Code Newsfeed
An Open-Source Reusable Toolkit to Quality-Manage Learner-Centred Work-based Education
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning e-Tools (round 2)
Category: Collaboration
Details: more info
Links: Project website Source Code Newsfeed
The Interactive Logbook is an integrated suite of applications designed to aid: ? mobile groupwork and learning ? personal development planning ? portfolio building ? personal learning
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning e-Tools (round 2)
Category: Collaboration
Details: more info
Links: Project website Source Code
A tool for creating slideshow multimedia using XHTML / SMIL
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning e-Tools (round 1)
Category: Content Delivery
Details: more info
Links: Project website Source Code
OpenMentor consists of a learning system, that acquires feedback rules through a training set, and a web interface that uses these rules to provide feedback to teachers.
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning e-Tools (round 1)
Category: Assessment
Details: more info
Links: Project website Source Code
Petal (Personal ePortfolios for Teaching and Learning) will produce a general e-portfolio tool for lifelong learning based on the Open Source Portfolio Initiative (OSPI) and the Certified Member of ALT scheme (CMALT).
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning e-Tools (round 1)
Category: ePortfolio
Details: more info
Links: Project website Source Code Newsfeed
Remote Authoring of Mobile Blogs for Learning Environments. Investigating the use of mobile blogs and their integration into Learning Environments
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning e-Tools (round 1)
Category: Collaboration
Details: more info
Links: Project website Source Code Newsfeed
The Serving Maths project brings together a variety of assessment related tools and proposes a protocol by which they can be integrated with and delivered from a VLE (using their RQP webservice)
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning e-Tools (round 1)
Category: Assessment
Details: more info
Links: Project website
The SHELL-FISH project provides personal reflection, and student-teacher feedback management systems in a distributed environment. It makes use of the SHELL/ionodes messaging framework, enabling UK LEAP and IMS LIP standardised data transfers.
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning e-Tools (round 1)
Category: Collaboration
Details: more info
Links: Project website Source Code
A server environment for the storage and annotation of SMIL Presentation created with SMIRK
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning e-Tools (round 1)
Category: Content Delivery
Details: more info
Links: Project website Source Code
The purpose of the project was to implement and demonstrate use of a skills profiling web service using open standards in a medical context. Uses the LUSID ePortfolio/PDP system.
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning e-Tools (round 1)
Category: ePortfolio
Details: more info
Links: Project website Source Code
TIP (Tools Integration Project) aims to create a single-sign-on environment and integration between the Bodington VLE, the TOIA Assessment system and the LAMS Learning Activity Management system
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning e-Tools (round 1)
Category: Enterprise
Details: more info
Links: Project website
The TRICS (Tools for Re-usable Interactive Case Studies) software provides students with a virtual organisation (an interactive case study) that they can investigate via a web interface.
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning e-Tools (round 1)
Category: Content Delivery
Details: more info
Links: Source Code
Virtual Lightbox for Museums and Archives
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning e-Tools (round 1)
Category: Repositories
Details: more info
Links: Project website Source Code
The WCKER (Wizard Construction Kit Extension for Reload) is a TALL project, funded by JISC, to extend the Reload editor. WCKER Provides guidance to create a course in a user friendly interface, thus aiding the teaching community to engage more successfully with e-learning.
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning e-Tools (round 1)
Category: Content Delivery
Details: more info
Links: Project website Source Code
Visual Mapping of Portfolios is tool to enable creation and management of ePortfolios through visual representations (much akin to topic maps)
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning e-Tools (round 1)
Category: ePortfolio
Details: more info
Links: Project website Source Code
Assessment Tools in Mathematics
Continuing the "Serving Maths" project through piloting and further development
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning e-Tools (round 2)
Category: Assessment
Links: Project website

ELF Demonstrators

BEWT
Integrates IMS Enterprise Services with the Boddington VLE system
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Demonstrators (round 1)
Category: Enterprise
Links: Project website Newsfeed
DICE
Demonstrator project for the D+ toolkit integrates it with Staffordshire's COSE VLE
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Demonstrators (round 1)
Category: Repositories
Links: Project website
ICT4BIZ
A demonstrator project aimed at integrating data from distributed hetrogenous student records systems using the SWEET.net toolkit
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Demonstrators (round 1)
Category: Enterprise
Links: Project website Source Code Newsfeed
JELFAD
The JELFAD project (Jisc E-Learning Framework Assessment Demonstrator) demonstrates several Assessment Tools that are part of the JISC e-Learning Framework. The Tools include the ASAP web services, the ASIP components for presentation of questions, and tools to author the material with an appropriate learning design.
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Demonstrators (round 1)
Category: Assessment
Links: Project website
SLiDe - SLeD Demonstrator
The SLiDe project is attempting to make practical use of Coppercore, the SLeD toolkit and a set of LearningDesign enabled content for actual teaching work, and investigate integrating the tools into the institution?s various student-record and authentication systems.
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Demonstrators (round 1)
Category: Content Delivery
Links: Project website
ELF Search Demo
The Heriot-Watt ELF Search Demo is taking three search tools; the D+ and MDC toolkits and the RDN?s SPP and integrating them into two widely used VLE systems; Moodle and WebCT.
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Demonstrators (round 1)
Category: Repositories
Links: Project website
Making Tracks
Making Tracks has taken the ISIS Sequencing engine alongside SCORM Runtime and Content Packaging services and combined these to deliver games-based learning content developed at the NRICH project in Cambridge.
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Demonstrators (round 1)
Category: Content Delivery
Links: Project website
SLeD-DLD
The project is aimed at demonstrating the SLED toolkit and Coppercore Learning Design engine - and sample learning designs and a repository in which to store them. The project has also examined integrating QTI assessment content using the APIS toolkit.
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Demonstrators (round 1)
Category: Content Delivery
Links: Project website Source Code
MINTED
Demonstrator project - linking an Oracle Student Record Database to Moodle using the CETIS Enterprise Toolkit
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Demonstrators (round 2)
Category: Enterprise
Links: Project website Newsfeed
Connecting Smirkboard to Perception
Demonstrating sharing of student records between Hertfordshire's Smirkboard and Questionmark Perception using the Sweet.net Enterprise Services Toolkit.
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Demonstrators (round 2)
Category: Enterprise
CATS
CATS (Constructing Assessments using Tools and Services) will use the SPAID and D+ toolkits to enable construction of assessments composed of items in item banks.
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Demonstrators (round 2)
Category: Assessment
LIPID
Integrating the SITS Student Record System with the Pebblepad ePortfolio tool using Enterprise Webservices and the sweet.net toolkit.
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Demonstrators (round 2)
Category: Enterprise

ELF Toolkits

The APIS (Assessment Provision through Interoperable Segments) project is concerned with the implementation of a computer aided assessment system using the IMS QTI v2.0 specification for describing content.
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Toolkits (round 1)
Category: Assessment
Details: more info
Links: Project website
APIS Marking Services
Extends the APIS toolkit to provide a range of human and machine-based marking services
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Toolkits (round 2)
Category: Assessment
BERT
The Brockenhurst e-Registers Toolkit toolkit provides a webservice for managing student-attendance data
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Toolkits (round 2)
Category: Enterprise
Links: Project website Source Code Newsfeed
A webservice toolkit for performing searches on a range of repositories
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Toolkits (round 1)
Category: Repositories
Details: more info
Links: Project website
ISIS is a webservice toolkit to mediate delivery of content using the IMS Simple Sequencing specification.
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Toolkits (round 1)
Category: Content Delivery
Details: more info
Links: Project website
MDC is part of the JAFTER Toolkit project a federated search tool for performing repository searches and combining results using the Z39.50 and associated standards
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Toolkits (round 1)
Category: Repositories
Details: more info
Links: Project website Source Code
Portal Service Embedder is designed to enable the embedding of Connect.ac.uk services within institutional web-portals. The embedder makes use of the JSR168 and WSRP standards for interoperability with a range of portal systems including uPortal.
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Toolkits (round 1)
Category: Content Delivery
Details: more info
Links: Project website
The PyAssess project intends to create an IMS QTI v2 compliant assessment system using Python including Marking services, as well as utilities for migrating content between QTI versions 1 and 2.
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Toolkits (round 2)
Category: Assessment
Details: more info
Links: Project website Newsfeed
Resourcelist
The Edinburgh Resource List project is an implementation of the IMS ResourceList Interoperability specification providing list management functions using webservices.
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Toolkits (round 2)
Category: Repositories
SLeD Makes use of webservice interfaces on the Coppercore Learning Design engine to provide a web-application player for IMS-LD content
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Toolkits (round 1)
Category: Content Delivery
Details: more info
Links: Project website Source Code Newsfeed
SPAID
The SPAID project has developed several modules to assist with the storage and packaging of online Assessments - including generic services for zipping, meta-tagging and content packaging.
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Toolkits (round 2)
Category: Content Delivery
Links: Project website Source Code
A .net toolkit enabling excahange of student and calendaring data using the IMS Enterprise WS spec
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Toolkits (round 1)
Category: Enterprise
Details: more info
Links: Project website Source Code Newsfeed
The WS4RL project investigates the creation and management and aggregation of learner records data including reflections, goals and competencies.
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Toolkits (round 1)
Category: Collaboration
Details: more info
Links: Project website Source Code
JoinIn
A tool to allow the LAMS and Moodle VLEs to share groups of users.
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Toolkits (round 2)
Category: Enterprise
Links: Project website Newsfeed
eProfile
Service for the management of personal profiles using the FOAF vocabulary
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Toolkits (round 3)
Category: Enterprise
Links: Project website Newsfeed
TReCX
A web service-based tracking and reporting toolkit which can be integrated into existing applications to provide tracking facilities and used to present coherent collated usage data from distinct e-learning applications.
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Toolkits (round 3)
Category: Enterprise
Links: Project website Source Code Newsfeed
Socket
Service-Oriented Consumer Kit for ELF Tools
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Toolkits (round 3)
Category: Content Delivery
R2Q2
QTIv2 webservices re-factored
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Toolkits (round 3)
Category: Assessment
Links: Project website
Saving Private Data
A toolkit providing Service Based Persistence for Content Object Communication (using the IEEE 1484.11.3 Specification)
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Toolkits (round 3)
Category: Content Delivery
Discussion and Conferencing Toolkit
A toolkit for service-based discussion forums
Funded as part of: Framework and Tools ELF Toolkits (round 3)
Category: Collaboration

Reference Models

COVARM
Course Validation Reference Model Reference Model - investigating and modelling the processes involved in Course Validation across several HE institutions.
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Reference Models (round 1)
Category: Enterprise
Links: Project website Newsfeed
XCRI
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Reference Models (round 1)
Category: Enterprise
Links: Project website Newsfeed
FREMA
The FREMA reference model examines the software, standards and processes involved in Computer Aided Assessment
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Reference Models (round 1)
Category: Assessment
Links: Project website
LADIE
Reference model project covering the authoring and realisation of "Learning Activities"
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Reference Models (round 1)
Category: Content Delivery
Links: Project website
ePortfolio for Lifelong Learning
Reference model for ePortfolios
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Reference Models (round 1)
Category: ePortfolio
Links: Project website

Regional Pilots

APU Regional Collaboration for e-Learning
Creating a repository of re-usable Learning Objects alongside Personal Development Planning data across the East of England region.
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Regional Pilots
EELLS (East of England Lifelong Learning Support)
East of England Lifelong Learning Support
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Regional Pilots
EERN (The East of England's Educational Resource Network)
The East of England's Educational Resource Network
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Regional Pilots
EPICS Regional ePortfolio Collaboration
North east regional collaboration around e portfolio progression pathways with illustrative case studies
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Regional Pilots
Category: ePortfolio
Links: Project website
G4L (East Midlands NTI Gateway for Learning)
The project aims to explore the delivery of e-learning courses to SMEs, which utilise learning resources and administration that is distributed among a consortium of Universities and FE colleges and delivered often in a Work-Based Learning context.
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Regional Pilots
Category: Content Delivery
RIPPLL
Regional Interoperability Project on Progression for Lifelong Learning
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Regional Pilots
Links: Project website
ELP (Enhancing Learner Progression)
Using e-portfolios to record students? skills and knowledge with the aim of improving their learning and aid progression through their lifelong learning journey.
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Regional Pilots
Category: ePortfolio
Links: Project website
ePistle / Pebblepad
Investigating ePortfolio use in the West Midlands
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Regional Pilots
Category: ePortfolio
Links: Project website
filepass
Facilitating Independent Learning using E-Portfolio and Associated Support Systems in the North-West of England
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Regional Pilots
Category: ePortfolio
Links: Project website
JISC eLISA
A pilot project to improve access to high quality on-line independent study skills teaching and learning resources.
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Regional Pilots
Links: Project website
L20
Sharing Language Learning Objects between twelve HE/college partners in the South-East region
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Regional Pilots
Links: Project website
L4All
A web portal for learners in the London region to create and maintain individual learner records, ePortolios and personal development plans. The site also provides pathways into courses provided by the founding institutions.
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Regional Pilots
Links: Project website
MANSLE
Manchester Self-directed Learning and ePortfolios - Trialling of system built on services from HORUS and ePET to support reflection in students on foundation degrees
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Regional Pilots
Category: ePortfolio
myWORLD
The myWORLD project will test e-portfolios software in 10 education, training and development sites, and evaluate these case studies and their impact on learners and institutions.
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Regional Pilots
Category: ePortfolio
Links: Project website
P4P
Pathways for Progression: Mapping Curricula to Facilitate Student Progression
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Regional Pilots
Links: Project website
PDP4Life
Personal Development Planning for Lifelong Learning
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Regional Pilots
Category: ePortfolio
Personal Learning Portal Pilot
A effort to create a Personal Learning Portal for the Medway region featuring content delivery and ePortfolio functionality.
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Regional Pilots
Links: Project website
REHASH (Repurposing Existing Healthcare Assets to SHare)
REHASH aims to repurpose resources developed by medical schools across London to different educational levels in order to produce a seamless progression and consistency in the transition from Further Education (FE) to Higher Education (HE).
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Regional Pilots
Links: Project website
SUNIWE
The project is designed to exploit the work done by NIIMLE (Northern Ireland Integrated Managed Learning Environment) as part of the JISC MLEs for Lifelong Learning Programme, and in particular, the work on developing the use of uPortal and the Enterprise web services.
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Regional Pilots
The Learning Matrix
The Learning Matrix project aims to deliver a set of services to partner institutions to enable pre-HE and other students to discover, register on, and access resources for bite-size learning offerings.
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Regional Pilots
Links: Project website
wm share
Promoting shared use of digital content across the region
Funded as part of: Distributed e-Learning Regional Pilots
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