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This project is part of the Enhancing JISC data services for Teaching and Learning project cluster in this particular programme. Projects in this cluster are aimed at improving access to and accessibility of JISC resources in support of learning and teaching. Background The growth of web-based technologies in learning and teaching has limited the availability of the rich interactive content associated in the past with Computer Assisted Learning (CAL) environments. The increased availability of interactive software components over the recent period has begun to redress the balance in this area. This proposal addresses the issue of the provision, location, exchange and use of client-side interactive components within the DNER and how these client-side interactive elements might be appropriately connected to managed and virtual learning environments in a meaningful manner. The aims of Iconex are to: Establish the key role for interactive content across all disciplines; Produce interoperable interactive content as learning objects; Provide a brokerage for the exchange/sale of interactive learning objects; Provide a first place for academics to find out about interactive content. The specific objectives are to: Establish a Web-based repository of interactive content which will be browsable, searchable by standard metadata and include containers for documentation; Populate this repository with a set of exemplar interactive content; Disseminate the outcomes via the project Web site, publication of case studies and presentation of papers at national and international conferences and meetings. Project start date: 2000-08-01. Project end date: 2003-05-31. (Excerpt from this source)
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