BR1c-01 The ASSET Project, University of Reading, will be working with several institutions and existing networks around using technology to provide better feedback to learners. They aim to engage senior learning and teaching staff within several institutions through a series of workshops and seminars to share the benefits of the ASSET project and the experience of several other institutions, leading to further take-up. The project will produce web based resources which will be made available to other institutions.
BR1c-02 The iBorrow Project, Canterbury Christ Church University, will consult with several institutions and agencies such as UCISA to develop a business-case evaluation on the value-for-money of the use of netbook computer loans against competing technologies. The project will work with Directors of Information Services to review the approach and produce resources to support other institutions.
BR1c-03/04 The EREWHON project, University of Oxford, will support take-up of the mobile portal as developed in the EREWHON project and implement it to the same service level at Oxford Brookes University. The project will also refine and package the code base for the mobile portal framework so that it can be used freely by other institutions.
BR1c-05 The TAG Project, University of Central Lancashire, will work with several institutions to explore how social networking, the internet, mobile technology, etc. (i.e. TAG) can support international students and students from diverse ethnic backgrounds and to develop and improve content and resources to be used on sites such as TAG to support these groups of students.
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