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- CETIS is funded by JISC, the Joint Information Systems Committee
- CETIS is coordinated by Bolton Institute, in cooperation with the University of Wales, Bangor and the Open University
- CETIS delegates work to special interest groups in other universities
- CETIS covers work by IMS, Prometeus, ADL, IEEE, ISO and any other body developing standards for technology used in HE/FE
New Phone Number For CETIS
CETIS now has a new telephone number. For all enquiries, call 01204 903097
Interoperability in practice at the CETIS / LTScotland codebash
Bangor, Wednesday, July 2, 2003. 46 participants from 26 organisations from 4 countries came to the second CETIS / Learning and Teaching Scotland codebash in Glasgow last week, with 2 participants joining in online.
Professors Laurillard, Liber, Conole and Stiles to speak at CETIS pedagogy forum launch.
Now that the initial push for educational technology interoperability standards is taking effect, CETIS is turning its attention to their pedagogical ramifications by setting up the CETIS pedagogy forum. Unlike the well known CETIS Special Interest Groups (SIGs), the pedagogy forum will not just concentrate on one particular set of standards, but focus on the teaching and learning implications of all of them.
CETIS launches Enterprise SIG
Bangor, Wales, 12 March 2003 - the CETIS project is starting a new Special Interest Group (SIG) for everyone interested in implementing or learning more about IMS Enterprise and related specifications.
CETIS project moves to Bolton Institute
Bangor, Wales, 19th July 2002 - The CETIS project is moving from the University of Wales, Bangor to Bolton Institute on the 1st of August 2002.
New CETIS website launched
CETIS has revealed its new portal site for anyone interested in interoperability standards.