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  • Birmingham City University: Student Academic Partners – Case study published
    Posted on behalf of Clare Killen: Launched in December 2008, the student academic partners scheme (SAP) brings together project teams of students and staff working in partnership on initiatives designed to improve the student experience.  This case study outlines how the SAP scheme was developed and how it has impacted on student engagement and the ...

  • Technology in prisons; untapped potential?
    Posted on behalf of Nick Jeans, Senior Consultant (Learning Technology) at Sero. Our learner focus groups have concluded with a couple of visits to prisons, which have been particularly interesting. Shotts prison near Glasgow is a Category A, high security establishment, while Channings Wood in Devon is a Category C: not remotely open but perhaps ...

  • Building digital capability in the library
    Last week I was in Dublin for the LILAC 2016 Conference. This international conference, is the Librarians’ Information Literacy Annual Conference. LILAC is organised by CILIP’s Information Literacy Group. The LILAC committee is made up of a team of information professionals from all aspects of library and information work who are dedicated to improving information ...

  • 2 June Change Agents’ Network Meet up at the University of Lincoln – Flyer
    Please download and share the flyer for the Meet Up which is available now by clicking on the image.

  • Review into online learners’ expectations and experiences of the digital environment
    We are pleased to announce the next phase of this work as we begin a review into online learners’ expectations and experiences of the digital environment. The scope of the study is broad and will consider a wide range of online learners in HE, FE and the skills sector. The review will run from March ...

  • Digital Experience Tracker pilot – why has it been so popular?
    We had an overwhelming response to our call for universities and FE/skills providers to help pilot the Digital Experience Tracker – over 50 institutions completed the planning sheet and applied to take part. One outcome is that we have extended the number of institutions we are working with to more than twenty: 12 Universities, 10 ...

  • Coming soon: online learners’ expectations and experiences
    We are about to link up with the Jisc Digital student project as they begin the next phase of their work. A team has been appointed to undertake a review into online learners’ expectations and experiences of the digital environment. Given the relevance of the Scaling up online learning project, we expect the work of the ...

  • Take part in a growing project to put partnership on the map!
    Posted on behalf of Rebecca Rochon, Senior Lecturer in Education, Buckinghamshire New University: Whether you call it partnership or it’s just the way your organisation works, we know that the way students and staff work together is both changing and driving change. If your organisation is involved in partnership activities, we invite you to complete ...

  • Digifest demo summary
    Last week at Jisc Digfest I gave a demonstration of the new Jisc Scaling up online learning guides and the Online Learning Readiness Tool* which received a lot of interest. It was a great opportunity to share the resources that have been developed over the last year as a result of feedback from the wider community ...

  • 3 March 2016 – latest edition of the Journal now available for downloading in PDF, ePub and Kindle formats
    The Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change has just published the third edition and is available to download in PDF, ePub and Kindle formats here.  Editor Simon Walker from the University of Greenwich and Sarah Knight, Senior Co-design Manager, Jisc provide an introduction (The strategic importance of working together with our students), with a ...