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Projects and partnerships
The Enabling Integrated Learning Environments (EILE) project aims to support the implementation and integration of administrative systems that provide mechanisms to allow the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) to intelligently link to other web systems.
The CARD project will lead to the digitisation of two collections in great demand by researchers at the British Cartoon Archive.
The Kent VuFind Enhancements project (KEVEN) will lead to the introduction of a new Library catalogue interface for the University and produce methods and coding that will benefit other HE institutions.
Logins for Life addresses the needs of a University to engage with its members throughout their lives providing a continuity of digital identity.
Information Services participation in the University's Green Impact project which aims to reduce the environmental impacts of the University by encouraging, rewarding and celebrating environmental good practice.
The Space and Services Review project aims to ensure that the Templeman Library building and its services and resources continues to support future user needs.
The overall aim of the List8D project is to implement an open source reading list system that is accessible and easy to use for all main user groups.
The Carl Giles Archive is a unique archive of British newspaper cartoons, and a key resource for British political and social history. It has never before been open to the public.
The Versatile Digitisation framework project (VERDI) will develop a technical framework for the digitisation, cataloguing and web presentation of specialist material.
The Kent University Shibbolized Portal project is exploring the benefits of developing 'single sign on' technology.
The Personal Learning Portal Pilot is exploring ways to deliver easier access to education throughout life.