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    Celia Wathen has compiled a great list of DE related URLs. This list will be posted in Open Learning Today.

    • CECOMM, Southampton Institute, UK This is the home page of the Internet provider for Southampton Institute, which runs the only MBA in the UK offered through the Internet. It contains full information on entry procedures, course fees, delivery modes, tutor guidance etc. Registered students can access the MBA study materials directly through this server.
    • Establishing Multimedia Authoring Skills in Higher Education This Web page is related to the ITTI project of the same name. It includes tutorials on multimedia authoring in AuthorWare, HyperCard, Toolbook and details of publications on design, planning and evaluation of computer assisted learning packages. E-mail: g.doughty@elec.gla.ac.uk
    • Flexible Learning and Higher Education Resources A collection of flexible learning links complied by Anglia Polytechnic University.
    • Flexible Learning Initiative This Web page describes the work of the Flexible Learning Initiative at Loughborough University of Technology. The information on this page is regularly updated.
    • HAMISH: Hypertext and Multimedia in Scottish History This project is developing CD-ROM-based learning resources in Scottish history for use in schools and colleges. It integrates primary and secondary sources with customisation towards specific curricula.
    • Henley Management College DBA Information about Henley Management College's unique DBA (Doctor of Business Administration) programme. Links to Henley's home page and to details of its Global Classroom, the Electronic Classroom and our distance learning MBA.E-mail : HelenR@henleymc.ac.uk
    • Herriott-Watt Institute for Computer-Based Learning Information on the Computer-Based Learning unit at Herriott-Watt including details of staff members, an on-line bibliography and current research projects.
    • List of UK Continuing Education Home Pages A list of home pages of departments, centres and units of adult, continuing and professional education in the UK complied by the Department of Continuing and Adult Education at the University of Exeter.
    • Question Mark Computing home page Gives details of the Question Mark computer-aided assessment system plus samples of Web test and surveys, and links to other Web sites relevant to computer-aided assessment.
    • Service Watch A web-based case scenario developed for use as a resource in teaching business computing skills such as systems investigation and database development. The scenario represents the people, processes and data of a maintenance and repair business.
    • Teaching and Learning Technology Programme A page of information about the TLTP programme plus extracts from newsletters and information releases. It provides a central access point for information servers run by the other projects within TLTP and related areas.
    • TILT University of Glasgow The Web page for Glasgow University's ' Teaching with Independent Learning Technologies' TLTP project on making teaching and learning more productive and efficient throughout a single Higher Education Institution. E-mail: g.doughty@elec.gla.ac.uk
    • Training and Development Resource Page A general resource page aimed at 'net-wise Training Community'. Although based in the USA it provides valuable links to a useful selection of home pages, gopher sites, Usenet groups, listservers, E-mail addresses, jobs and FAQs (frequently asked questions) in the training and development area.
    • University of Leeds Work-based Learning Project At September 95 the pages provide a general guide to the nature of the Project. Links are provided to other University of Leeds pages, and material is being added throughout 1995. Learning materials for registered students will be included. An E-mail return address is included as part of the home page.

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