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Concerned mainly with a range of development activities and particularly the development of the information environment, which is about delivering real resources to students, teachers and researchers, in meaningful ways which enables ease of use.
This article covers five of the projects that have been funded under the DNER development programme to enhance use of JISC data services in learning and teaching. The data services referred to are provided by EDINA at the University of Edinburgh, MIMAS at Manchester Computing, University of...
The VDML Project shows how the Information Environment can enhance the work of staff and students in small foreign languages departments. It aims to combat teacher isolation, develop better learning materials and increase the variety of learning activities for students. The project has developed...
The Archaeology Data Service (ADS) is funded by JISC and AHRB to support research, learning and teaching with high quality and dependable digital resources. Since its foundation in 1996, the ADS has made available online a whole range of digital data sets that have been used within research and...
In this article, Marieke Napier and Ed Bremner introduce the new JISC Quality Assurance (QA) Focus post, discussing how it will operate and the benefits it will provide, the challenges it faces and how it will affect projects.
Julie Stukes gives an overview of the Subject Portals Project, which is continuing the work carried out by the Resource Discovery Network by extending and enhancing existing services. The Subject Portals Project intends to enable further development of these portals and produce a recommended...
EDNER is the Project which is undertaking the formative evaluation of JISC’s Distributed National Electronic Resource (DNER). The EDNER Project is led by the Centre for Research in Library & Information Management (CERLIM) at the Manchester Metropolitan University; the Centre for Studies in...
The two year INHALE Project, begun in November 2000 at the University of Huddersfield, is one of forty‐four projects supported nationally by the JISC as part of the DNER (Distributed National Electronic Resource) learning and teaching development programme. This article describes the creation,...
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