What’s happening at Hedtek?
What does it do now?
- A guide to commissioning software part 2: Questions about agile practices
- A guide to commissioning software part 1: The advantages of agile development
- Robust systems
Three JISC CETIS reports on
Analytics for Higher Education
- libUX: Improving user experience in libraries within UK HE
- Paper prototyping: mLibrary 2012 presentation
- Product Launch: Gradient e-Assessment
- Statistics: we’re doing well !
- First paid Moodle work
- The FishDelish Project: Open linked data for species description
- Finished Jorum contracts
- Hedtek’s new developer blog and some newly open sourced gems
- A day in the country with the Enhancing Fieldwork Learning Advisory Board
- Hedtek now has a dream team
- Third consecutive Jorum contract
- Work in progress for Jorum
- DSpace REST API testing
- #uniproj and #wikiquals
- COMP61511 and learning Ruby
- Recent and current projects
- Playing with OpenURL Router Data
- JISC personalisation projects survey and synthesis
- Scaling and productising MOSAIC search and recommendation services
- Hardware we like and use
- Personalisation is the supply of services and/or data based on a model of a user
- Achieving the impossible
- Project award: fishDelish
- Project award: ourWikiBooks
- iDoc: Hedtek’s open source community documentation system
- What’s happening at Hedtek?
Category Archives: seminars and keynotes
By Mark van Harmelen | Published: September 24, 2012
Various participants at M-Libraries 2012 asked for a copy of my invited presentation from today. Here it is for download. One thing that I don’t touch on in the presentation is the variety of prototypes that could be constructed, the talk only covers paper prototyping, and, particularly, not wireframes, low and high fidelity prototypes. Each […]
By Mark van Harmelen | Published: October 28, 2009
Slides from keynote at HEA Physical Sciences Workshop
By Mark van Harmelen | Published: October 16, 2009
I took part in an Elluminate session, presenting on and discussing PLEs and the Manchester PLE . This seminar was part of an online symposium on Personal Learning Environments & Personal Learning Networks, organised by the The National Research Council of Canada PLE Project . The symposium was, in turn, part of the Connectivism and […]
By Mark van Harmelen | Published: March 25, 2009
I gave an invited talk at the e-Science Institute in Edinburgh (slides here, oneday), and met a whole bunch of interesting people. I spent my evenings investigating Edinburgh, an old sometime haunt of mine. Always being partial to graceful building, here’s a picture from an evening stroll around the city.
By Mark van Harmelen | Published: March 20, 2009
I’ve been invited to give a keynote at the HEA Physical Sciences event Making Web 2.0 Work for You on 28 October 2009.