Microsoft SharePoint and the SharePoint Learning Kit – Live Meetings


We have a series of Live meetings scheduled over the next few months to provide more information on the use of SharePoint in learning. My colleague Steven Audis, the Microsoft Education Technology Advisor in the UK, will be running them, and he’s provided some more information on their content:

“In these sessions we discuss how Further Education customers can benefit from Microsoft SharePoint Learning Kit and the Microsoft SharePoint Community Kit, which have both been designed to further extend Microsoft Learning Gateway and e-learning opportunities.

With the Microsoft Learning Gateway, colleges can readily build a standards-based education portal for administrators, educators, and students to share information, collaborate on projects, and access rich learning resources from a single point of access. The new Microsoft SharePoint kits are built on SharePoint technology that enables Web sites to provide document and information sharing capabilities. These kits offer tools and source code to help educators, administrators and industry partners to customise their portals to be as unique as their colleges and deliver e-learning resources through the Microsoft Learning Gateway.

The Microsoft SharePoint Learning Kit is a standards-compliant e-learning tool that makes it easy for educators to deliver both basic and interactive resources through the Microsoft Learning Gateway. The kit is compliant with Shareable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) 2004 and SCORM 1.2 and provides basic functions for any electronic resource in a SharePoint document library, including Microsoft Class Server resources.”

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clip_image006[8]Wednesday, Sep 26, 2007 10:00-11:00

To attend, just log on to the following URL (about 5 minutes before, if you need to download the Live Meeting client)

https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/microsoft/join?id=K9JQ8Z&role=attend&pw=nqXq%26n6Qd

clip_image002You’ll need the Meeting ID:   K9JQ8Z

And then dial into the meeting on your phone for the audio. Dial (0118) 909 2000 and use Participant code  2164215

 

Tuesday, Nov 6, 2007 15:00-16:00

To attend, just log on to the following URL (about 5 minutes before, if you need to download the Live Meeting client)

https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/microsoft/join?id=MCGZW3&role=attend&pw=BRw%24Jh%27%3E4

clip_image002You’ll need the Meeting ID:   MCGZW3

And then dial into the meeting on your phone for the audio. Dial (0118) 909 2000 and use Participant code  2164215

Comments (3)

  1. Steve says:

    Ray,

    Did this live meeting run? All I keep getting is "This meeting has not yet started. Wait until the scheduled meeting time, and then try again." on my LiveMeeting client. I tried phoning the audio, but I got "Paticipant code invalid".

    Steve. (Weds 26th Sept, 10.57am)

  2. Sarah Finch says:

    Hi Steve

    I am so sorry about this morning – the meeting had been scheduled for 11pm instead of 10am which is why the meeting hadn’t started. We have rescheduled this meeting to Friday at 11am and have a series of further live meetings over this academic year. Please let me know if you would like to schedule one at another time and I will arrange it for you.

    Sarah Finch

    FE Internal Business Manager

    0118 909 7861

    v-safinc@microsoft.com

  3. Steve says:

    Bother. Missed that one as well because I was teaching.