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  • Instant university and college prospectus download service to launch.


    Leading prospectus order handing service OneUniForm is to launch a new PDF download service of university and college prospectuses from April 20th through a new section on its website. The instant download service which will not require students to register is designed to speed up potential university students’ access to crucial information.


    (Filed: Thu Apr 19 2007)
  • Teachers’ video training series extended


    Student Assessment is the subject of the latest training programme to be added to the Teaching Best Practice series from Echelon Learning. The programme discusses issues concerning the implementation of initial, formative and summative assessment.


    (Filed: Mon Mar 26 2007)
  • DFG purchases Emerald publishing Archive for German Research Community


    Emerald Group Publishing Limited, a leading publisher of academic and professional literature in management, library services and engineering is pleased to announce an agreement with the DFG (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft) which will entitle registered users in Germany to access all Emerald journals that were owned and published between 1st January 1994 and 31st December 2005.


    (Filed: Tue Mar 20 2007)
  • Tribal Coordinates High Profile Science, Engineering, Mathematics and Technology Portals


    Tribal is proud to announce its work on three high profile educational portals, the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM), Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Centres (STEM) Support Centres and the National Network of Science Learning Centres. These successful and exciting initiatives further reinforce Tribal’s position as a leading developer of software and business solutions for the public and educational sectors, and demonstrate Tribal’s passion for creating life-enhancing solutions using a collaborative and innovative approach.


    (Filed: Tue Mar 20 2007)
  • Twelve Year Sentence for Watching TV


    We spend twelve years of our lives watching TV. It is implicated in half of all violent crime, and causes health and developmental problems for children. Focus Radio is launching a new course for Churches, home groups, cell groups, and individual Christians to understand how TV influences us and how we can respond positively.


    (Filed: Tue Mar 20 2007)
  • Learning platform helps London junior school to personalise learning

     

    Pupils at Ardleigh Green Junior School in Havering, Essex are having their lessons truly personalised using the school’s learning platform. Children can be seen creating their own web pages, taking part in video conferencing and sharing revision materials with each other and schools across the country.


    (Filed: Wed Feb 28 2007)
  • French and British experts to analyse riots

     

    Urban riots in Paris and northern England in recent years are set to be examined by international experts in a bid to address today's growing concerns around immigration, integration and identity.


    (Filed: Mon Feb 12 2007)
  • BECTA approval for comic-strip learning


    BECTA, the Government agency supporting UK education departments in their strategic ICT developments, has approved the use of interactive comic-strip software program, Storywriter Toolkit.


    (Filed: Wed Feb 07 2007)
  • Shining innovation secures University double

     

    Industrial innovation, including a project to develop a ground-breaking anti-tarnish silver, has won Sheffield Hallam University two prestigious awards.


    (Filed: Fri Feb 02 2007)
  • Brainvisa partners with LearnScapes to offer RapideL in South Africa


    Brainvisa (www.brainvisa.com) a provider of end to end Learning solutions based out of US, UK, India and Australia, announced today that it has entered into an agreement with Learnscapes in South Africa, to sell RapideL, the rapid eLearning content authoring solution and its services in the South African market.


    (Filed: Thu Feb 01 2007)
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