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SO …. What’s the Story – Digital Transmedia and The New Roads …..

This last week and over the weekend has been the post event “slog” of sorting out one day’s footage and photographic stock from one of the South East UK Classic Motorsport Events : The revived Crystal Palace Sprint on May … Continue reading

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Today – the need for digital identity

In my last blog, I discussed how the adoption of manufacturing standards, which did not occur overnight, was driven by the realisation that component logistics were becoming so unmanageable, that the manufacturers were in danger of failing. Today, the need … Continue reading

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Single Sourcing

Single Sourcing gives you the power to use existing “chunks” of content when developing new documents. These can be used many times to generate paper manuals, Web pages, online Help and e-learning materials. Single Sourcing can significantly improve the way … Continue reading

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Egon Ronay and Learning Resources of Distinction

So maybe this what we really need to do, get educational resources into a good review framework guides and get a roundel for producing educational resources work which is of distinction and not just the norm …. Continue reading

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Graham’s Blog

Graham Sadd’s Thought for the day via Graham’s Blog.

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Digital IDs

DIGITAL IDENTIFIERS Digital Identity : The Need for Digital Identifiers Identity in the digital age Identifiers are everywhere – we use them all the time without being conscious of their role. Some are more obviously identifiers than others (like the … Continue reading

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