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The Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA) web data collection exercise (28.04.14 - 13.06.14) – from Peter Hilditch, Learning Resources Manager
by Nasima Ismail - Friday, 28 March 2014, 10:48 AM
 

This information is for teaching staff only. The CLA data survey will run from 28.04.14 until 13.06.14.

The CLA will be collecting data, including the photocopying and scanning of copyright material and the reuse of digital material, in the College over a six week period between 28.04.14 and 13.06.14. This excludes half term.

Here is a video demonstration of the web logging procedure to submit use of web data to CLA:http://fe.cla.co.uk/education-wls

More information will be in the staff bulletin. If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact Peter Hilditch by email or x8216

 
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e-Learning Induction Materials
by CRC-VLE Administrator - Tuesday, 10 September 2013, 10:13 AM
 

The e-Learning team at CRC have put together some guidance to help learners to access the many useful e-Learning systems we provide inside and outside the college. This PowerPoint can be downloaded by learners who want to figure things out for themsleves or used by tutors during induction. Click the link above to download the materials.

 
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New Student E-Mail System
by CRC-VLE Administrator - Tuesday, 5 March 2013, 06:19 PM
 

New student e-mail system

CRC has launched a new student e-mail system.

Students can access their e-mail account by:

- Visiting http://mail.office365.com (you can also click the icon over on the right side of the front page of the VLE)

- Login using your student ID number as your e-mail address like this: 12345678@students.camre.ac.uk

- Your password will be CRC followed by your postcode in small letters with no spaces like this; CRCcb42qt

 
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Download the PowerPoint Viewer 2007
by CRC-VLE Administrator - Wednesday, 4 November 2009, 11:15 AM
 

Many of the courses on this VLE use PowerPoint files to deliver learning materials. If you don't have a copy of Microsoft PowerPoint installed on your computer you can download a free PowerPoint viewer 2007 from Microsoft by clicking here. The page also contains instructions for installing and using the viewer.

Please note that whilst this is a trusted Microsoft application Cambridge Regional College accepts no responsibility for your installation or use of this product.


 

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