West Development Agency
Metropolitan Borough Council
West Learning Grid
E-learning and other related links
links below are selections. There are various newsclip services
(e.g. pjb associates) dealing with new media, idTV, and e-learning.
The aim was to illustrate these services rather than providing
an exhaustive list of articles.
Feel free to submit more links
by clicking on 'submit
/ forums (e-learning, digital TV etc.)
(formerly Internet Intelligence Bulletin)
It is an email service covering electronic government, teledemocracy
and the information society in the UK and worldwide. The Bulletin
is a free, independent publication, aimed at internet users
across government, local government, the social sector and their
private sector partners.
Europemedia.net is a site that tracks European internet and
new media developments across the continent, both on a pan-European
level and country-by-country. It covers the smaller countries
and published by Van Dusseldorp & Partners, an Amsterdam-based
pan-European internet research and strategy company.
TrainingZONE is an online network of 40,000 members and for
training and HR professionals. It contains various zones, the
'e-learning Zone' being most relevant.
by pjb associates
learning, 'Online Learning e-News'
Each issue of Online Learning e-News contains questions posted
by its readers on various e-learning practices and processes
in their organisation. Readers then post answers and these get
published in the next issue.
selection of e-learning/online learning/instructional design
etc related journals. These might be useful for searching case
Journal of Educational Technology (AJET); Best Educational E-Practices
(BEEP); British Journal of Educational Technology, Computers
and Education, Education and Computing; Educational Technology;
Education, Communication and Information; Journal of Computer
Aided Learning, Journal of Computer Assisted Learning; Journal
of Educational Media; Journal of Information Technology for
Teacher, Educational Action Research, Journal of IT for Teacher
Education (JITTE changing name to Technology, Pedagogy and Education
from Volume 11, 2002), InteracTive (a journal for the management
of ICT in schools) etc. (see also journals at
associates website provides numerous links to various idTV aspects
(interactive TV and learning, personalised TV, usability issues
interactive television: academic and research resources about
interactive television (online journal)
Designing for Interactive Television by Whitney Quesenbery and
Todd Reichart, Cognetics Corporation
and digital TV
digital television site
Digital TV policy framework - consultation document
A draft new DTV policy framework for delivering e-government
services was launched for consultation on 28 October 2002 for
public consultation for a period of three months. The document
sets out the Government's vision for DTV. DTV plays a key role
the government's programme to deliver government services electronically
alongside other channels such as the Internet, mobile phones
Television: Mori report for the Department of Culture, Media,
and Sport, May 2002
Digital Television: Mori report for the Department of Culture,
Media, and Sport, June 2001
papers at the DVB Technology site
articles on digital TV
[in order of date of publication]
Suzie. (2002) Which way do you lean? Guardian, April 29.
John (2002) 'This is the new internet', Guardian, Sep 23, 2002.
The man who sketched out the idea for freeserve on a napkin
and followed it up by squeezing £301m out of Sky for another
start-up is at it again - but will his magic touch work with
Sarah; Figueirado, Robin & Nunn, Naomi (2002) iTV: What's
On? How emerging technologies will affect the content of interactive
S. (2002) Rural area have-nots lose out on the net. Guardian,
March 4. Retrieved May 22, 2002 from
T., Main, N. & Aitken-Smith, J. (2001) Can interactive digital
television bridge the 'digital divide' [online article]?
S [Oyster Partners] (2000) Disparate visions: interactive TV
as a learning technology
Keval and Ping Hung, G C Wong (1996?) The parents the kids and
the interactive TV!
A collaborative EU-funded project to research and develop next-generation
information management tools to enable users to locate and obtain
content across the Internet and interactive television
IT in the family
"Keep IT In The Family" has been developed by The
Sheffield College working with Telewest Broadband, and Futurate,
a web-development company.
The aims of "Keep IT In The Family" are to demonstrate
the use of Digital Interactive TV for online learning and to
encourage viewers to test and improve their IT skills.