The Role of Virtual Learning Environments in the Online Delivery of Staff Development

Report 1: Review of Experiences of Delivering TALiSMAN Online Courses

Colin Milligan
Institute for Computer Based Learning, Heriot-Watt University, Riccarton, Edinburgh EH14-4AS
November 1998


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  1. Use of MANs Initiative:
  2. Teaching and Learning in Scottish Metropolitan Area Networks:
  3. TALiSMAN Training Needs Analysis: Tomes, N., and Higgison, C., Exploring the Network for Teaching and Learning in Scottish Higher Education, TALiSMAN, 1998,
  4. SHEFC: Circular Letter 12:98, C&IT: Outcomes of the council's consultation exercise:
  5. National Committee of Inquiry into Higher Education: Higher Education in the Learning Society, 1997:
  6. Evaluation of the Computers in Teaching Initiative and Teaching and Learning Technology Support Network:
  7. Flexible Learning on the Web:
  8. Dialogue discussion forum software,
  9. EEVL: Edinburgh Engineering Virtual Library,,
    SOSIG: Social Science Information Gateway,,
    OMNI: Organising Medical Networked Information,,
  10. CTI Statistics,
    CTI Land Use & Environmental Sciences,
    CTI Art & Design,
  11. WebBoard,
  12. WebCT:
  13. TALiSMAN project Evaluation: Report to the Scottish Higher Education Funding Council
  14. IMS:
  15. CASTLE:
  16. Clyde Virtual University:
  17. Web Test:
  18. King, R., Institute for Learning and Teaching: Implementing the Vision, , ILT Planning Group, October 1998, available from
  19. Drysdale, J & Creanor, L., Leading New Teachers in New Technology. In LTDI Evaluation Studies, LTDI, 1998:

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