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If we build them, will they come? The stickiness of Open Badges.

So I thought Twitter was just a phase… How wrong I was. It bewilders me: what makes one social media application ‘stick’ and another one wither away into an html graveyard? 540 more words

Open Badges

Ebooks in education Realising the vision edited by Hazel Woodward (An open access book)

Ebooks are coming of age in education, as this exciting collection commissioned by Jisc demonstrates. Case studies, reflecting ebook success stories across the higher and further education sectors, include: 165 more words


Developing Digital Literacies


I have found a very interesting webpage from Jisc about developing digital literacies:


Jisc is massive and their content is always very interesting, so I will keep posting information that I find interesting.


Research data spring by Jisc

  • Technical tools, software and service solutions to support the researchers’ workflows, the use and management of their data.

About the project

Our co-design process has identified research data management as a key priority for continued  106 more words

Jisc Digital Festival 2015, 9-10 March 2015, ICC, Birmingham, UK #digifest14 #digifest15 #jisc

  • After the success of #digifest14, the Jisc Digital Festival will return for a second year in 2015. The festival will be innovative, informative and fun, showcasing and celebrating the very best in UK digital talent by bringing together experts and providers from the higher education, further education and skills sectors to share ideas and best practice.
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AR in the City - Its finished!

We are delighted to announce that the learning resource developed in the AR in the City project is now available for use. The content (best viewed on iPads), developed in collaboration with the HEA, BSA, BSC and Jisc encourages the user to explore three fictitious parts of London; guided by a classroom activity to uncover correlations and stimulate discussion using socio-economic data (Census and Police). 237 more words

Augmented Reality

Using Drones in Archaeology

Will we have drone take off #SMA2014 @Boyle123G pic.twitter.com/DByapdSD1l

— David Gill (@davidwjgill) November 6, 2014

Gail Boyle from Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery presented her work with drones to explore archaeological sites at the Society of Museum Archaeology conference yesterday.

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