Thursday, 23 June 2011

Alan Lee, Document & Copyright Services Manager, at London South Bank University has been looking at the technology challenges to using paper and alternative smart media document delivery. He has a research interest in the use of eBook readers and the growing use of E-ink technology as used in Kindles and some other devices that are a possible future replacement for paper.

Alan is currently running a survey with a select group of academics and special interest groups to obtain some views about using the Kindle smart media type technology in teaching and learning. The survey runs until 1st July 2011 and the outcomes will be published on the Teaching and Learning with Kindles blog and tweeted on There is a JISC list JISC-TALWK@JISCMAIL.AC.UK which is ring fenced to the education sector.

Readers may also be interested to know that Alan is a major contributor to the blog on printing efficiently and greener and runs the JISC smartcard list  SMARTCARDS@JISCMAIL.AC.UK  (also ring fenced to the education sector). Most makes of printers, copiers and multifunctional devices can be linked to smartcards and smart technology systems and management information systems.

Picture: - glass wall climbing robot developed at London South Bank University

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