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  1. Managed Learning Environment An Introduction to the development of a MLE at De Montfort University

  2. Institutional strategy Applications Retention New learning opportunities Widening agenda Communications Contact Delivery materials Feedback Flexibility Management information Image

  3. MLE - Personalised gateway Personal information Learning materials Learning tools Resources Contact Social Improved access

  4. Virtual learning environment Organising materials and processes to support learning. Resources, course information, assessments, group communications

  5. Student Union Library & resources MLE Social information Learning materials Assessments Learning guidance Regulations & handbooks VLE Student records Module guides Personal finance Timetables Social information Student services Campus information E-mail Careers information

  6. Access to the M.L.E. Student at home Through Internet Student laboratory Student wireless Connection on campus Associate College

  7. Authenticating & profiling Managed Learning Environment interface Authentication and profiling Student records used to obtain profile

  8. M.L.S. Intranet DMU Internet Virtual learning environment Student records Library Finance Faculty resources E-mail

  9. M.L.S. Virtual learning environment Intranet DMU Internet Student records Broker Library Finance Faculty resources E-mail

  10. E-Directory Intranet DMU Internet Virtual learning environment Student records Library Finance Faculty resources E-mail

  11. The MLE technology • uPortal software • Interface and delivery channels • Open system architecture • U.S. and U.K. university users • Designed through DMU research project for Higher Education Funding Council

  12. CONTENT Personalised course/ module information Timetable & diary Links to module learning materials & library resources DMU news/ messaging service Student handbook & regulations Online key skills self-assessment Assessment feedback Online questionnaires Usage tracking USERS Student groups Staff involved in JISC project Number of subject area Start small and grow group size and user base Pilot for 2002/ 2003

  13. For session 2003 VLE integration Enhanced Library links Exam timetable Accommodation database Bulletin board Email support Student voting Sales / swaps File store Mentoring support CV, Jobs & Careers For session 2004 Online registration Online updating personal information Access to personal finance data Module selection Grade predictor Support for PDP/ progress files System development

  14. Meets student needs and expectations contact and communications Service quality Delivers equal opportunity access Simplifies user access to diverse range resources Provides opportunities for new client groups to be serviced Delivers a personal interface to developing e-services Manages IT resources & access proactively Controls administrative and support overheads PDP HEFCE Standards and Quality Extends provision off campus Extends staff skills Develop environment that -

  15. A user of the De Montfort University IT system will go through an authentication check to access services via an electronic connection. They will work on a system which is easy to navigate, simple to access, provides them with the resources they are permitted to use at an economic and accountable cost, at the times when they want it and at the speed and in locations that are convenient. They will gain benefit from the system regardless of age, mode and place of study and of disabilities. The system will deliver a full range of scholarly, study, administrative and backup services required and enable them to interact with others. The systems will also act as powerful marketing tools enabling the University to provide services and to extend its influence through the quality of its electronic persona.

  16. A user of the De Montfort University IT system will go through an authentication check to access services via an electronic connection. They will work on a system which is easy to navigate, simple to access, provides them with the resources they are permitted to use at an economic and accountable cost, at the times when they want it and at the speed and in locations that are convenient. They will gain benefit from the system regardless of age, mode and place of study and of disabilities. The system will deliver a full range of scholarly, study, administrative and backup services required and enable them to interact with others. The systems will also act as powerful marketing tools enabling the University to provide services and to extend its influence through the quality of its electronic persona.

  17. MLE - Supporting strategic aims • Responding to student needs • Enhancing success in the total student experience and in learning • Promoting retention • Improving communications • Contributiing to a vibrant learning environment • Responding to diverse needs • Extending opportunities • Widening participation • Extending services to the community • Developing new markets • Responsive to Curriculum 2004

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