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Implementing LAMS to Improve Teaching and Learning

"Implementing LAMS to Improve Teaching and Learning"
Venue: University of Oxford
Date: 13th January 2004
Cost: £30

LAMS (Learning Activity Management System) is a new approach to e-learning based on sequences of collaborative learning activities. Inspired by the concept of “Learning Design”, it provides a visual authoring environment for the development of activity sequences, together with a learner run-time environment and a teacher monitoring environment. LAMS trials indicate it can transform the approach teachers and learners take towards e-learning in both the higher and further educational contexts.

This workshop will explore the concept of Learning Design and its transformational impact on e-learning, together with hands-on sessions using LAMS in authoring, monitoring and learner modes. It will be a highly practical workshop with a focus on real-life use in schools and universities.

Attendees will receive a free trial LAMS account for 30 days after the workshop.

More information including the booking form can be found at:

Howard Noble

Role/ title: Educational Interoperability Specialist
Learning Technology Group, Oxford University:
telephone number: +44 (0)1865 273211 or internal: 73211
postal address: Learning Technologies Group, Oxford University Computing Services (OUCS), 13 Banbury Rd, Oxford, OX2 6NN. England.

Date: 13 January, 2004
Venue: University of Oxford
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