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ePCoP Assembly report, 20 October 2010

As part of the Festival of Assemblies in Oxford, the ePPSME-BR project led an assembly on developing a community of practice for e-portfolio pedagogies for work-based and life-long learning. Participants represented 6 universities as well as JISC. More details are available in the ePCoP Assembly report, including future plans for online and asynchronous discussions. To [...]

MUSKET Assembly 2 July 2010 Middlesex University

The main aim of the assembly was to share our experience and demonstrate the tools developed to the JISC (and the rest) community. Even more importantly we needed feedback and input from other JISC projects and experts on the work done so far. The focus was more on the XCRI side of the work the [...]


The ASSET Project Assembly was held on 14th January 2010 at the University of Reading. Throughout the day there were a number of presentations from JISC Institutional Innovation Projects (Strand 07/8) alongside a number of talks from colleagues based at other HEIs who are exploring the use of video, audio and other e-resources for enhancing [...]

TAG Assembly Report

TAG Assembly http://www.uclan.ac.uk/health/research/tag/retention_show_tell.php Wednesday 9th December, the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN), Preston. The assembly was well attended by 25 people from the following institutions: UCLAN including three UCLAN students, the University of Hertfordshire, Liverpool John Moores University, University of Cumbria, University of Bradford, University of London, Queen Margaret University, University of Bolton, University of [...]

MEAoT Assembly Report

Avi Naim writes about their project’s recent assembly at Cambridge University Participants We had 13 participants, mostly from within Cambridge University. They included computer officers and teaching office administrators, who are all users of the Teaching Office Database (TODB) software. In addition we were delighted to host Dr. Cecilia Loureiro-Koechlin (representing the JISC BRII project) [...]

MEAoT at the BRII Assembly

Introduction Modular E-Administration of Teaching (MEAoT) is a JISC-funded project in the Institutional Innovation programme, run as a joint venture between the Centre for Applied Research in Educational Technologies (CARET) and the departments of Engineering and Physics, at the University of Cambridge. The BRII project hosted an assembly in Oxford on 9 June 2009 to [...]

weCAMP and i-Borrow Assembly Report – 17 June 2009

Participants i-Borrow Team: Phil Poole, Adrian Wheal, weCAMP Team: Chengzhi Peng, Leo Care, Darren Roberts, Panagiotis Patlakas, Puja Basu and Adrian Powell Introduction The weCAMP project team hosted the i-Borrow team in Sheffield on Friday 29th May 2009. The assembly provided a great opportunity for the groups to learn more about each other’s research and [...]

Exchange Assembly Part Two 17 June 2009 Rare-IDC, Sustainable ICT Service Provision and Ecciles

17th June 2009 was day two of the exchange assembly between University of Hertfordshire (UoH), University of East Anglia (UEA) and Bolton University (BU). With the intention of sharing information about server virtualisation for sustainable computing, the day would be spent at the University of Hertfordshire. Upon arrival, a sustainable energy IT suite was noticed [...]

Exchange Assembly 29 May 2009 Rare-IDC, Sustainable ICT Service Provision and Ecciles

29 May 2009 was day one of the exchange assembly between University of Hertfordshire (UoH), University of East Anglia (UEA) and Bolton University (BU) with Helen Bear, Nic Totten, Dominic Belisario, Steve Phipps, Richard Stern, John Houghton, Darrell Slater-Smith and Josie Fraser in attendance. With the intention of sharing information about data centre power monitoring [...]

BRII Assembly 9 June 2009

Oxford University was once again the venue for the Programme when it hosted BRII’s assembly on 9 June 2009. Also attending, amongst others, were John King, CAIRO, Stuart McQuade, SLAP, Sunil Rodgers, IDMAPS, Anne-Sophie de Baets, Academic Social Networking and Mathew Jones, e-Admin of Teaching. Sally Rumsey of BRII hosted the ‘stakeholder buy-in’ themed event [...]