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  • Who wants change?
    Image by Alan O’Rourke This week I have been preparing for the second residential of the Jisc Digital Leaders course. Whilst the course is premised on role of digital, digital is actually a lens through which we look at institutional strategy and practice. We started off the course with a brief framing of digital and […]

  • Engaging students in the tracker
    This post is guest authored by Tabetha and Mike from the tracker team. We thought you might like to see the faces behind Not only are they keeping the project on the road, they also take time out to think about the bigger issues such as student engagement.           We ...

  • Participate in our study into how HR departments support staff to develop their digital capability?
    Would you like to contribute to a new Jisc study and shape future developments in this area? Jisc want to find out what HR departments are doing to support staff in dealing with the challenges and making the most of the opportunities offered by technologies? We are also keen to find out how confident HR ...

  • Assessing Your Readiness for Implementation of Learning Analytics: Making a Start
    This is a guest post by Lindsay Pineda and Patrick Lynch. Their bios are at the end of the article. As an institution, you may find yourself asking, “How do I know if we are ready for learning analytics? Is there a way to ‘feel out’ where we are before having someone come onsite for ...

  • CAN 2018 – Save the dates – 19 & 20 April 2018
    CAN 2018: Championing student-staff partnership in an age of change, will take place on 19- 20 April 2018 at the University of Winchester.  To keep up to date, please keep your eye on the linked page on this blog.

  • ALT Online Winter Conference #altc
    ALT’s Online Winter Conference, now in its fourth year, is back to showcase some of the best Learning Technology from ALT Members from across sectors. The conference will take place online from 12 to 13 December 2017, giving ALT Members an opportunity to highlight the work they and their community have been involved with and … Continue reading ALT Online Winter Conference #altc

  • The FE & Skills Coalition Meets
    The FE and Skills Coalition meetings have built on the work of FELTAG and continue to offer both colleges and other sector organisations an excellent opportunity to hear the current issues and challenges which colleges and providers are facing. The latter part of this meeting which looked at the role of  AR & VR tools in FE ...

  • Augmented and Virtual Reality for FE and Skills
    There was a really good turn out for the latest in the FE & Skills Coalition series of meeting on the 31st October. There were many issues discussed and debated at the meeting, and some of  these will be covered in subsequent blog posts. The focus in the afternoon session was on the role that ...

  • Keep on tracking – update for November
    This is a short update on the 2017-18 tracker project and a few ‘last chance’ dates for your diary. Whether you’ve already launched your surveys, or are still deciding whether to take part, there’s plenty going on. On 21st and 28th November we’re running webinars to help you find out more about the tracker. For ...

  • My first Student Experience Experts Group meeting
    Zac reflects on the knowledge sharing and the very good reason to attend events like this on his first Student Experience Experts Group meeting in Birmingham.