Innovations beyond Warwick
- The co-ordination and integration of IT and degree-level French
French Department, University of Bristol
This paper outlines the ways in which these computer-assisted language learning (CALL) packages can be used to improve the teaching of French, particularly
- Use of Chemistry TLTP material in teaching aromatic subsitution
(Department of Chemistry, Glasgow Caledonian University)
This case study describes how one department made its initial venture into the use of learning technology.
- A Collaborative Approach to Implementing Computer-Assisted Language Learning
(School of Modern Languages, St. Andrews University)
This case study describes how a Modern Languages department, having decided to use learning technology, effected its implementations in a range of different courses in the departments of French, German and Italian.
- Mathwise in Use
(Department of Mathematics & Statistics, University of Paisley)
This case study describes an implementation where students were involved in formative evaluation of software, in addition to it being part of their course.
- Implementing TLTP Pharmacology courseware
(Institute of Biomedical and Life Sciences, University of Glasgow)
This study describes a trial implementation of one module of a computer assisted learning package on drug metabolism.