Creative dissatisfaction

Web 2.0 Course Sites

Thesis That Universities can provide a better quality, more reliable elearning service and, at the same time, repurpose resources away from low-level infrastructure resources towards higher-level customisation roles, by replacing the current model for learning management systems. The current model for course sites means that all content and technology used as part of course websites

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Further issues with BamRegistration

Two additional problems Support for SSL – a student tried to register a URL with https: and the system said couldn’t retireve the URL. Need to add support for SSL or improve the error message. A student registered the RSS feed URL and was accepted. Need to ensure they give the HTML version

BAM Progress #1

It’s now the end of week 2 of CQU’s Term 2 for 2006. This is the first attempt at a log entry for the first test of the BAM project in the CQU course COIS20025, Systems Development Overview Key events this week Initial BAM Management interface up and going Concerns from staff about the workload

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