The second course in our Moodle training series is finally ready and waiting. This takes on from where MMM1 left of, and takes the teacher into new realms, showing how to prepare and upload resources
The 25th of January is celebrated as BurnsÃ¢â¬â¢ Night here in Scotland.All around the country (and in may parts of the world) a haggis will be addressed, whisky will be drunk, the lassies will be
Adult education classes have taken a battering in recent years. Can the new minister reverse the trend?ÃÂ Full story in the Guardian…
Development of our new online magazine continues apace. The Desert Archaeologist Howard Middleton-Jones has joined our contributors and we are looking forward to running stories about his work studying Coptic culture in Egypt. His journey
2008 brings some new additions to our course catalogue. Early in the year sees the start of Understanding Journalism. Course tutor Krys Wareing will introduce students to the world of journalism. She has worked in
Do employers rate qualifications gained online as highly as those achieved by traditional methods? Join the discussion withÃÂ the Clarion Ledger.
US News offers some good advice for online learners, timely advice with 3.5 million learning in cyberspace.ÃÂ Full article.
An example of how students are using online learning to augment or replace classroom activities. Read the full story inÃÂ the Olympian.