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  • Do you know how to use the Twitter?
    When writing my previous post on Twitter I did ask my network on the Twitter the following question and used a Twitter poll for their responses. So have any of you ever attended a training session on how to use the Twitter? So have any of you ever attended a training session on how to use ...

  • Reflecting on UXLibs 2
    UXLibs II was my first time engaging with this particular library audience. From the outset (as far back as being asked to do the closing keynote)  I got the impression it was going to be a different kind of event. But I wasn’t prepared for the sheer level of enthusiasm and engagement with everything about […]

  • Exploring outcomes of the Tracker pilot
    On Wednesday this week we ran a webinar for colleges and universities that were involved in the pilot implementation of the Tracker. Eight attended, along with several Jisc account managers representing other pilot sites. Then on Thursday around 50 members of the Jisc Student Experience Experts’ Group had the opportunity to explore the same findings. ...

  • No it’s not easy…
    …but sometimes you need to think differently! We know that change isn’t easy, if it was then all we would need to do would be buy a book on the subject and just do it. When it comes to the embedding of digital technologies into teaching, learning and assessment I have spent over twenty years … Continue reading No it’s not easy…

  • What makes Online Learners Successful? A week to find out!
    As part of the Jisc Online Learners Expectations and Experiences study we are launching #OLsuccess – a week of interactions to engage online learners and find out more about their experiences. #OLsuccess will run from 4 to 10 July. In this time we want to reach out to as many online learners as possible and ...

  • New resources for FE and skills
    We’re pleased to announce the launch of a new guide on technology-enhanced assessment and feedback which has a focus on FE and skills. This new guide complements our existing suite of resources on technology in assessment and feedback, providing an up-to-date snapshot of practice across this diverse sector. The guide contains a rich variety of ...

  • On the tech side…
    As some will now as well as talking about e-learning stuff, I also like to talk about the tech side of things too. Over the last few months I have been talking about things I have written about on this blog before. In my blog post Mobile WordPress Theme I have covered the update to … Continue reading On the tech side…

  • Thinking out loud about Next Generation Learning Environments
    You know that thing, where you start a conversation and write a blog post, then do a podcast and then a whole load of people discuss it and a very bright person (Sheila Macneill) writes a blog post that references your blog post which leads you off in another direction. Yep, that thing. So I […]

  • e-Learning Stuff Podcast #091: Conversing about copyright
    We converse about the current topics and issues in copyright in higher education. With James Clay, Jane Secker and Chris Morrison. This is the 91st e-Learning Stuff Podcast Conversing about copyright. Download the podcast Shownotes Copyright and E-learning, 2nd edition – A guide for practitioners by Jane Secker and Chris Morrison. UK Copyright Literacy on the Twitter. Copyright … Continue reading e-Learning Stuff Podcast #091: Conversing about copyright

  • Jisc guides and resources on technology-enhanced learning
    If you’re interested in finding out more about any of the areas mentioned in the technology-enhanced learning session at Jisc’s Connect more events, try some of the guides and resources listed below. Enhancing the student digital experience Developing successful student staff partnerships Jisc NUS TSEP Benchmarking the student digital experience Using technology to support employability ...