Seta Jackson, Learning Technologies Consultant at CILT, recently wrote a piece for the Apereo Foundation newsletter detailing UCT’s pilot of Xerte (XML Editor Run Time Engine) a fully-featured e-learning development environment for creating interactive online learning objects. The pilot arose in response to the need for curation of the materials produced as part of the MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) being run at UCT. Seta examines the efficiency, functionality and future of using the Xerte platform.
CILT staff share their views on one of the most challenging and tumultuous years for higher education in the democratic South Africa in the UCT Yearbook, 2015: A Year In Review.
CILT is hosting a number of international experts (advisory group) in a two-day workshop focusing on digital education leadership.