Just got this by email: JISC is distributing a booklet on the CAMEL project. "CAMEL is short for Collaborative Approaches to the Management of E- Learning. CAMEL set out to explore how institutions who were making good use of e-learning and who were collaborating in regional lifelong learning partnerships might be able to learn from each other." Um, well, OK. But then: "One of the most interesting aspects of the project was the model itself." OK, now I'm a bit sceptical. And even more so when it appears you have to order the publications (which, I think, are paper based) or pre-order the CD-ROM. I guess we should be happy CAMEL didn't chisel their report in stone - though I would have been interested to find out, in stone, why CAMEL finds itself so fascinating.