The winners of the 2007 ALT-C Learning Object Competition are now available to view from the Intrallect website.
The winners are:
*1st prize – All in a day’s work (Colin Paton, Social Care Institute for Excellence, Michael Preston-Shoot, University of Luton, Suzy Braye, University of Sussex and CIMEX Media Ltd)
*2nd Prize – Need, Supply and Demand (Stephen Allan and Steven Oliver, IVIMEDS)
*3rd Prize – Enzyme Inhibition and Mendelian Genetics (Kaska Hempel, Jillian Hill, Chris Milne, Lynne Robertson, Susan Woodger, Stuart Nicol, Jon Jack, Academic Reviewers, CeLLS project, Dundee University, Napier University, Interactive University and Scottish Colleges Biotechnology Consortium)
Shortlised Entires (in no particular order):
*Photographic composition (David Bryson, University of Derby)
*Human Capital Theory (Barry Richards, Dr. Joanna Cullinane, Catherine Naamani, University of Glamorgan)
*Tupulo Array Manipulation
(Tupulo project team at Dublin City University, Institute of Technology Tallaght, Institute of Technology Blanchardstown, Ireland, System Centros de Formacion, Spain, Societatea Romania pentru Educatie Permanenta, Romania)
*Introduction to Pixel Group Processing (Peter McKenna, Manchester Metropolitan University).