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  • Learning Analytics Adoption and Implementation Trends: Quantitative Analysis of Organizational and Technical Trends
    This is a guest post from Lindsay Pineda, Senior Implementation Consultant, Unicon.  Key Takeaways  What tool is used to quantify organizational and technical areas of readiness? What can institutions learn from quantitative analysis of organizational and technical aspects of readiness? For many institutions, the idea of beginning a learning analytics initiative may seem overwhelming and ...

  • Education is not the filling of a pail, but rather the lighting of a fire.*
    It’s been over a month of events and workshops. I’m trying to reflect on all of the things that have happened; delivering a course in Manchester the morning after the tragic event of 22nd May, talking about Rhubarb as a metaphor for digital strategy in Southampton and about Digital Leadership in an age of supercomplexity […]

  • Consultation to inform Jisc’s research on Designing technology enhanced curricula
    Jisc has embarked on a project to update its advice and guidance to help you design effective technology enhanced curricula – whether that be at course level, module level or lesson level. We know that our existing guidance in this area is well used and we plan over the coming months to refresh and add ...

  • It’s not what you say you do, it’s the way that you do it!
    I was thinking the other day that I don’t have enough readers of the blog and insufficient engagement. So the solution has to be that the name of the blog isn’t right. First idea would be change the name from “elearning stuff” to “blended learning stuff”. Then again maybe I could choose “e-pedagogy stuff” or … Continue reading It’s not what you say you do, it’s the way that you do it!

  • Get involved with ALT #altc
    ALT  have issued an open call to get involved with the association. The Association for Learning Technology (ALT) represents individual and organisational Members from all sectors and parts of the UK. Our Membership includes practitioners, researchers and policy makers with an interest in Learning Technology. Our community grows more diverse as Learning Technology has become … Continue reading Get involved with ALT #altc

  • Online language – Why do we need to teach it?

    This the fifth in a series of blogs looking at online language... What is it? How is it being used? Why do we need to teach it? Here Esther looks at why we need to teach online language as part of digital capability and basic literacy.

    The post Online language – Why do we need to teach it? appeared first on Inspiring learning.



  • Rhubarb Strategy
    Last week was both dreadful and energising. On Monday I travelled to Manchester to run, with colleagues, the second residential of the Jisc Digital Leaders course. It felt like a successful course, but we were viewing it through a strange lens; as we did our welcomes on the 23rd May the events of the 22nd […]

  • Let’s Go Digital!

    News about Scott's recent attendance at the CoLRIC event 'Let's Go Digital!' celebrating how libraries are successfully creating a digital culture and are supporting teaching and learning with the digital literacies agenda.

    The post Let’s Go Digital! appeared first on Inspiring learning.



  • Strategy is multimodal
    One of the things I hear working with leaders in organisations is “I need to write the <insert term> strategy” — it doesn’t actually matter which strategy it is, or what flavour of a strategy it is. When you start working at a certain level, you have to start writing strategies, or parts of strategies; […]

  • Our new Community of Practice sets sail
    More than 90 digital capability specialists and enthusiasts came together for the launch of our Community of Practice at the University of Aston last week. Delegates heard from Sarah Knight about the resources Jisc has developed for the community, including the new Developing organisational approaches to digital capability online guide launched last week. But this ...