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  • Register now for SEDA accredited Jisc Institutional Change Leader award
    Our second pilot of the SEDA accredited Jisc Institutional Change Leader award starts on on Monday 19 October 2015 for 5 months. This free CANLearn course is part of Jisc’s Change Agents’ Network, a network of staff and students working in partnership to support curriculum enhancement and innovation with technology. About the course The course ...

  • Jisc Digital Leaders Programme
    The Jisc Digital Leaders Programme is linked strongly to the work being done in Jisc Digital Capabilities and will aim to give leaders tools and ideas to help in making best use of digital in both their own practice and in leading their teams. Helping them to increase the digital capability of their organisation. The ...

  • Launch of Digital Student Skills Study
    We are delighted to launch phase 3 of the Digital Student project which will be exploring skills learners’ expectations and experiences of the digital environment. The scope of the study covers work based learning (including apprenticeships), adult and community learning and offender learning – a broad canvas. The study will build on the approaches used ...

  • Developing assessment practice with holistic feedback
    One of the outcomes of the EMA co-design project is the interest in holistic feedback on assessment. It’s clear to a lot of people in the sector that it’d be beneficial for learners, markers, tutors and others if assessment took in a complete view of a learner’s journey, and if feedback engaged the learner better, and also […]

  • Third Change Agents’ Network case study: University of Nottingham
    On behalf of Clare Killen: The third Change Agents’ Network case study is now available under the resources menu above.   ‘How students are making a difference – Students as Change Agents scheme’ was introduced during the 2014-5 academic year to increase levels of student engagement and empower students to make a difference to teaching and ...

  • UK directory of online courses: update
    I am delighted to announce that Livework are working with us and the project’s working group to undertake a service design review around the potential of a UK directory of online courses. The Livework team will be looking at: How a directory of online courses can deliver value for different users. What would differentiate a Jisc ...

  • Raising awareness of our digital capabilities work
    It’s been a busy few weeks. I’ve been speaking about the new ‘six elements of digital capability’ framework at several events including the UCISA Spotlight on Digital Capabilities event , EdTech15 in Ireland, the Jisc Learning and Teaching Experts’ group, the Standing Conference on Academic Practice and the Acadamic Practice with Technologies conference at Greenwich ...

  • Helping us plan the future of the Change Agents’ Network
    In order to help us in planning the future of the Change Agents’ Network (CAN), we would be grateful if you could help us with some feedback on whether you are using, and if so, benefiting from the various CAN activities and resources. These include the CAN networking events and webinars, advice and guidance, the ...

  • Sharing best practice and stealing ideas – student staff partnership working
    I have been very fortunate over the past week to have attended a number of events run by colleges and universities where the theme of student –staff partnership working has been the focus. This in itself is an interesting development and shows the growing awareness of how important it is to engage students in the ...

  • Supporting Digital Leadership
    The role of digital skills, and the roles of leaders in education engaging in digital skills has been highlighted in a variety of reports including the Select Committee on Digital Skills own report, Make or Break: The UK’s Digital Future. However, the recognition of need for leaders to exploit technology goes back as far as ...