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Creating a 21st Century Learning Environment. John Stone & Satwant Deol Ealing Hammersmith and West London College. Ealing, Hammersmith & West London College Two colleges become one. Integrated systems are needed for a multi-sited college. After Merger.

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Creating a 21st Century Learning Environment

John Stone & Satwant Deol

Ealing Hammersmith and West London College

Ealing, Hammersmith & West London CollegeTwo colleges become one

Integrated systems are needed for a multi-sited college

After Merger

  • College committed to the development of an MLE

  • Intranet as the key communications tool

  • Automating processes linked to MIS

The Mission

The College wishes to be famous for:

  • Provision of innovative, high quality learning opportunities for students from a wide range of backgrounds and circumstances, which are relevant to the needs of employers.

  • An innovative structure which combines the advantages of a large college with strong partnerships at community level.

  • Its use of Information and Communications Technology.

  • Its use of diversity to enrich the quality of the learning experience.

  • A world class learning environment.

The Vision

  • Learning will be customised to individual, business and community needs and with effective use of ICT we will reach out to the widest possible range of learners, which enables success and progression for all.

What’s changing?

  • Wireless computing.

  • Computing everywhere and for all.

  • Increasing bandwidth and storage capacity at decreasing cost.

  • Exponential growth in content

  • The emergence and standards and technical convergence.

  • Managed Learning Environments.

  • The emergence of the e-generation.

Focus on students

Groups- Student Entitlement

Individuals- Personal Learning Portal

Both Learning and Teaching

Strategic shift in the role of the CIS

Institutional Culture

Everything is on the web

Mandatory Training


Management Support

Reliable Infrastructure

Hardware, Software and Support


Critical Mass

Making Life easer

Student Reviews

Self Assessment Reports


Tablet PCs

Scheme of Work Builder

An institutional perspective

Introducing Emily

  • ILP, Personalised Homepage, Review, Unit Builder

  • Software available to all but emphasis on official pilot areas- concentrate resources

  • Introductory e-learning workshop

    • Ideas and approaches

    • Using the MLE software

  • E-learning roadshow (shutdown days)

  • Production of e-learning plans for 2006-07..

    • Reduced teaching hours to allow for development of greater learning opportunities

    • Bonus payments for quality linked schemes

  • Aim to provide a framework for motivating, assessing and supporting all our students

Key messages

  • Focus on students

    • Be aware of what technology can do

  • Plan for systems and process integration

  • Leadership is more effective than management

    • Scope for creativity and the unexpected

  • Learning and Teaching are different

  • There’s more happening than you think

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