Activity Data Synthesis

Thursday, 28 July 2011

Tabbloid: 27 July 2011

In true tabloid vernacular I think it's fair to say that this week's Tabbloid is 'a whopper' and I can tell that the OU RISE project team are certainly back from their holidays.

Some of the projects have posted their official 'final blogpost' {wipes tear from corner of eye} but I have a feeling that we will continue to see further blogposts from them in the weeks to come. Here are the project's final blogposts, no doubt there will be another flurry of them before the week is out:
Other newsworthy news (ahem) this week:
  • I know I use the phrase 'thought provoking' a lot in these synthesis posts but that is the perfect descriptor for Leeds Met STAR-Trak's post on the domain knowledge chasm that they discovered in the course of running feedback workshops with students and staff.
  • Both the OU RISE and the SALT projects have been thinking deep thoughts about licensing this week (which is handy for me as I'm just finalising the draft guide on that very topic).
And finally, some other links of interest regarding activity data within academia and without the wider world:

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