ICT in Higher Education, Issue No. 3

April 30, 2004

 

ICT in Higher Education, Issue No. 3
Published in The Times Higher on April 30 2004

  Leader: John O'Leary  
'It would almost now be unthinkable to provide new student accommodation without online access'



 
A plan to create electronic student records is falling foul of data protection rules

Love at first byte  
Grainne Conole shares her passion and vision for learning technology

Time to cut the cables?  
Europe’s first wireless university is witnessing a revolution in students’ approach to study

Wireless warnings  
UK universities must invest in the world of wi-fi communication

Get the picture?  
A new deal gives institutions access to thousands of news images

Speaking volumes  
New-tech guru John Seely Brown envisages a revolution in campus culture but still finds time for a good book


Who says that looks don't matter?  
Aesthetics are essential in the design of virtual learning environments


Blog your way to a bright new future
Simply putting written materials online for students to read does not make for a constructive e-learning environment

Access as the norm  
Students with disabilities need to play a key role in developing e-learning strategies

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