CEMP newsround

Author: joe

Tuesday, 07 February, 2006 - 19:06

For those of you who don't know, I work at Bournemouth University, where the Media School successfully bid for a Centre of Excellence in Learning and Teaching, which is now up and running as CEMP.

One of the projects produced by CEMP is a new set of community portals, including one devoted to Interactive Media. The forum is open to anyone to post commentds, or even ask for permission to be a contributor.

For some lunatic reason I volunteered to do a weekly round-up of news, which I now realise takes a huge amount of time, but on the hand, it is a good, um, discipline for me...

You can read my contributions here.

Categories: news, portal, interactive media, resource, education,
Comments: 3


Nice work!

Author: hongy Sent: 2006-02-10 13:40:06

This is good news - that the Interactive Media community portal is also a consequence of CEMP.
I have always thot the Science guys were the 'lunatics' (judging from their sometimes weird behaviour). I now realise it takes a 'lunatic' to excel in this field of Art. So take heart Joe, for as you said "it is a good, um, discipline..."

Have we resolved the server issue with IT department? Would they allow us make our server a Domain Controller? We can start to populate the server with student folders and allocate them the required rights accordingly.

Author: Gideon Sent: 2006-02-13 22:00:52

Hey Gideon

We have a kind of resolve, which I'll explain to you when we meet up next :)

Author: Joe Sent: 2006-02-16 00:18:24

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