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Our research with students in the DIGE project discovered that students find the layout and organisation of sites they use at Oxford to be inconsistent. In an effort to promote consistency, the WebLearn team has produced a collection of web … Continue reading
In order to gain a deep understanding of the feedback gathered in the recent DIGE report, the WebLearn Student Experience (WLSE) project aims to enhance the student experience of using WebLearn . Read about the project
Old WebLearn (aka Bodington) will be decommissioned on the morning of 18 Sept 2012. The service will be unavailable after that date. If you still have useful material stored therein then you should archive it as soon as possible.
The upgrade of WebLearn to 2.8-ox1 has not been without issue. In the main we have a load a fantastic new features but there are also a couple of new hitherto unknown bugs and a couple of old issues have … Continue reading
LTG’s Matthew Buckett has just been elected as a Sakai Fellow for 2010.The purpose of the Sakai Foundation Fellows Program is to acknowledge, celebrate and reward the contributions of these important Sakai volunteer contributors.Six Fellows are chosen annually.
In preparation for the launch of the new WebLearn system we had a number of pilot projects going on this year. It is through these pilots that we have tested the tools to ensure that they fit the needs of … Continue reading
After a successful pilot year, the University launched a new version of its on-line learning environment known as WebLearn. OUCS celebrated the launch of the service by hosting an invite-only ‘Red Carpet’ event. This event, which also included the annual … Continue reading