Category Archives: Delivery Projects

Transforming curriculum delivery through technology: New JISC guide and radio show launched

A new JISC guide ” Transforming curriculum delivery through technology: Stories of challenge, benefit and change” has been launched today. “a mini-guide to the outcomes of the JISC Transforming Curriculum Delivery Through Technology programme, summarises the headline benefits of technology in curriculum delivery made evident by the work of the 15 projects in the programme … Read more

From challenge to change: how technology can transform curriculum delivery

**NB this post has been amended from a post on my CETIS blog** A recording of the online presentation “From challenge to change: how technology can transform curriculum delivery” by Lisa Gray (JISC Progamme Manager), Marianne Sheppard (Researcher/Analyst, JISC infoNet and project co-ordinator for the Support and Synthesis project) and myself is now available online. … Read more


One of the things that struck me whilst working with the Curriculum Delivery programme is the excellent level of stakeholder engagement. I believe that successful projects listen to their stakeholders through all stages of development – from conception to embedding. By stakeholders I mean a whole range of groups affected by their innovations – managers, … Read more

Not just about new technologies…

As we might expect from a set of projects focussed on curriculum delivery innovation the Delivery projects are doing some very creative work with an incredibly broad range of technologies. These include virtual worlds and simulations, mobile technologies, learner portals, semantic technologies, video, audio, internet TV, assessment and e-portfolio technologies, and social networking tools and … Read more

Sustaining Curriculum Change

The programme meeting for the Transforming Curriculum Delivery projects held in Birmingham last week focussed on sustainability, a perennial problem for JISC projects. The day consisted of a number of presentations and activities including a Dragon’s Den activity (which wasn’t as scary as it sounds!) on how to embed project outputs to ensure that the … Read more

Award Success for e-Biolabs

All too often innovators can suffer a lack of recognition as ‘prophets in their own land’. This is certainly not the case for Dr Gus Cameron whose achievements have been recognised in the Bristol University Teaching Awards 2009/10. Gus is the winner of the e-Learning Award which is presented to an individual member, or group … Read more