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  • How are you enhancing your FE students’ digital experience?
    Our research and consultation with FE stakeholders identified a number of challenge areas around student’s digital experience (see below). We’re now looking for FE case study examples of how your college is addressing these challenges and want to hear from you! How to take part Taking part is easy and should only take around 30 ...

  • Recording, presentation and chat now available from the CAN webinar 13/5
    Please go to the Webinar page to see the recording and presentations from today’s webinar.

  • Assessment and Feedback institutional checklist
    The toolkit working group will be looking at the usefulness of tools & checklists over the next few weeks so here’s an example just to get us thinking. Comments welcome Checklist for institutional Self-Assessment Strategy and policy Is your institution’s approach to assessment and feedback articulated in institutional strategy and, if so, at what level […]

  • A brief typology of feedback hubs
    As part of the Jisc’s feedback hub feasibility project, I’ve started to look at systems that can present feedback in a holistic, programme wide way to learners and teachers. Having talked to the creators of a number of these hubs, there seem to be three broad types, which I’ll outline here. One of the outcomes […]

  • Further Education project posts final report
    The Jisc Digital Student project has investigated the expectations and experiences of technology provision held by students coming into higher education, and also funded a small review of current practice within secondary schools. The further education and skills project ran between 1 June 2014 and 30 April 2015 in order to extend the findings of ...

  • Registration for 13 May (12:30-1:30) webinar now open
    Please join us on 13 May at 12:30 for the next webinar, with presentations by Deborah Millar, Head of eLearning, Blackburn College, on ‘DigiPals – Changing the Learning Landscape project’ followed by Peter Chatterton and Clare Killen’s overview of the Jisc Student Engagement Toolkit, a valuable resource for those working in the field. To register: ...

  • European EMA workshop – programme details
    The programme for the workshop with European partners is now published and there are still some free places available. EUNIS E-Learning Task Force Workshop University of Abertay, Dundee, Scotland, 9th June 2015, Events Area, Kydd Building Electronic Management of Assessment and Assessment Analytics The workshop will explore how technology can be used to enhance assessment and […]

  • Digital Student data collection and analysis workshop
    On Wednesday 29th April, 30 participants from higher and further education, joined us in London for a workshop to explore whether Jisc could produce a prototype for a service to support the collection and analysis of data on student expectations, experiences, attitudes and satisfaction with digital technologies in their studies in UK higher and further ...

  • Barriers to scaling up online learning
    Whilst preparing for today’s presentation to the Jisc Learning and teaching practice experts group, I realised that an overview of the barriers to scaling up online learning that workshop participants identified back in July hadn’t been shared on this project blog in any detail, so to remedy this I’ve listed them below (in no particular order): Lack of clear ...

  • Online Toolkit and Diagnostic Tool Consultants appointed
    Following the progress update in February and the subsequent open call for tenders, I am delighted to announce that Lou McGill Consultancy has been appointed to undertake the development of the content for the Scaling up online learning Toolkit and that SkillSet Limited, working with Lou McGill, have been appointed to develop the diagnostic tool as ...