The University of Southampton is currently conducting a major review of its curriculum offer, and as part of this "Curriculum Innovation Project", it is reviewing its virtual learning environment. A significant part of the background review has already taken place with the assistance of the HEA Enhancement Academy. For the purposes of this project we have defined the learning environment to be much more than simply Blackboard (which is the University's choice for course management), but rather we envisage the Southampton Learning Environment (SLE) as the totality of our (virtual) support for the student journey from recruitment to alumni, and covering both learning and living.
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The Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) invites institutions to submit funding proposals for projects to implement technical work to widen the range of functionality the virtual learning environment (VLE) can provide in an interoperable way so as to meet identified user needs.
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This presentation outlines the work done on the Southampton Learning Environment as part of the "Integrating and Subverting Corporate Systems for Educational Purposes" parallel session. Presented at the JISC CETIS Conference 2010 at the National College for School Leadership, Nottingham, England on 15 November 2010 - 16 November 2010.
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Exploring the context in which the SLE must develop, exist and evolve.
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This document contains a diagram showing the components of an enhanced Student's Rich Learning Environment:
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Presenting the direction of travel for the next period from emphasis on physical to increasing focus on virtual.
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