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  • The eLN becomes the eLN CIC


    Full members of the eLN - a non-profit organisation run by the e-learning community for the e-learning community – have unanimously approved of the organisation’s transition from an unincorporated association to a community interest company (CIC).


    (Filed: Thu Sep 03 2009)
  • EndNote X3 for Mac OS X is now available


    Thomson Reuters’ (Philadelphia, USA) bibliographic management software that includes EndNote Web and is used by millions of researchers, librarians and students worldwide, EndNote® X3 for Mac® OS X is now available from Adept Scientific (Letchworth, Herts).


    (Filed: Thu Aug 27 2009)
  • John Cremer and The Maydays Improvisation Evening

     

    Improvisation workshop with John Cremer and The Maydays (comedy improvisation troupe). Improving your ability to think on your feet and use humour both in impromptu and prepared speeches/presentations and in life generally.


    (Filed: Fri Aug 21 2009)
  • Students should look at their insurance needs now


    Students will soon be moving into universities and colleges and one major study project they should not ignore the insurance on their personal belongings, if they are taking a gap year take backpacker insurance


    (Filed: Fri Aug 21 2009)
  • Escape Studios visual effects scholarships up for grabs


    Scholarships for twelve aspiring Visual Effects artists have been put up for grabs by computer graphics academy Escape Studios for its visual effects (VFX) course. Thanks to new funding from the Skillset Film Skills Fund, twelve individuals will receive 100 per cent subsidised places on the prestigious course. At the end of the course the attendees will go on a four-week industry placement, also funded by the investment.


    (Filed: Tue Aug 18 2009)
  • Evidencing School Coursework Using A Screen Recorder


    One of the major concerns for school I.T. staff is ensuring that submitted vocational GCSE coursework is genuinely the work of the student, and not that of a third party - be that a friend, family member or simple plagiarism. Screen capture software allows ICT teachers to evidence coursework, whilst also raising the quality of learning.


    (Filed: Mon Aug 17 2009)
  • Work begins on new Bolton School for Girls


    Work has begun on the next stage of the £12 million expansion programme at the historic Bolton school, with the new Infants’ School now complete and work beginning on site for the new Girls' Division Junior School.


    (Filed: Fri Aug 07 2009)
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