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You might like to list the new Courtauld-run art and architecture web site
in your Knowledge Base. It has over 40,000 images and is available at:

www.artandarchitecture.org.uk

Best wishes,

Giles O'Bryen
Project Director

-----Original Message-----
From: Museums Computer Group [mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of
Nadia Arbach
Sent: 26 April 2004 15:25
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: E-Learning Knowledge Base


*apologies for cross-posting*

Dear friends and colleagues,

I'd like to present a Web resource that may be useful to you in your
e-learning research.  The E-Learning Knowledge Base (EKB), at
http://ekb.mwr.biz, is the product of a joint research project between the
University of Leicester Department of Museum Studies and MacKenzie Ward
Research (mwr), a Winchester-based new media company.

The E-Learning Knowledge Base is a Web gateway to information about
e-learning, targeted towards the museum and tertiary education sectors.  It
offers museum professionals and education specialists an avenue of access to
some of the most useful sites about e-learning.  Since its publication in
September 2002, the EKB has grown to over 1000 visits per month from over 30
countries worldwide and now boasts over 200 site listings.

Covering themes such as e-learning in museums, e-learning in further
education, education research and e-learning standards, the site points
users to resources they can draw upon for the practical application of
e-learning as well as for research purposes.  A brief write-up of each site
listed allows users to decide whether the information will be useful to
them.  Through the EKB, users can access information about organisations
involved in e-learning, including museum and gallery organisations, UK
government bodies and agencies and international organisations.  The gateway
also presents information about upcoming conferences and events and gives
access to some useful publications about e-learning.  The EKB is updated
monthly.

Comments and suggestions would be most welcome, and can be sent to me, Nadia
Arbach, at [log in to unmask]

Regards,
Nadia Arbach

Nadia Arbach
Research Associate in Learning and New Media
MacKenzie Ward Research

tel. +44 1962 891111
fax. +44 1962 891110
direct: +44 1962 891142
mwr, 107 High St, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 9AH, UK

www.mwr.biz
Digital, interactive learning publications for education, cultural heritage
and continuing professional development.
ekb.mwr.biz
E-Learning Knowledge Base - a gateway to e-learning information for the
museums and tertiary education sectors.

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Nadia Arbach
Research Associate in Learning and New Media
MacKenzie Ward Research

tel. +44 1962 891111
fax. +44 1962 891110
direct: +44 1962 891142
mwr, 107 High St, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 9AH, UK

www.mwr.biz
Digital, interactive learning publications for education, cultural heritage
and continuing professional development.
ekb.mwr.biz
E-Learning Knowledge Base - a gateway to e-learning information for the
museums and tertiary education sectors.

The information transmitted is intended only for the addressee and may
contain confidential and/or privileged material. Any review, retransmission,
dissemination or other use of, or taking of any action in reliance upon,
this information by persons or entities other than the intended recipient is
prohibited. Any opinions expressed in this email are those of the individual
and not necessarily the Company. If you receive this transmission in error,
please email to [log in to unmask] a copy of this message. Please
then delete this email and destroy any copies of it.