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JISC Summer of Student Innovation

JISC are once again offering grants of £5,000 to fund student-led projects into improving university life through technology!

JISC Summer of Student Innovation are looking for small, practical projects that can run over the summer with £5,000 available for successful ideas. 47 more words


Sharing Practice at JISC’s SETS 2014

Last week, I had the pleasure of attending and participating as a finalist in SETS (Southeast Technology Showcase), JISC’s annual awards scheme, designed to identify, promote, reward and disseminate the best e-learning practice taking place across the Southeast of England (SETS was formally known as the HiFi Awards). 1,595 more words


Digital Practitioner 2014

JISC Experts Group

April 9 2014; Geoff Rebbeck, Nigel Ecclesfield and Fred Garnett will present an update to our Digital Practitioner work at the… 253 more words

Digital Practitioner

Jisc (2008). Effective Practice with e-Portfolios

Having never before attempted to produce a portfolio (and, admittedly, being somewhat sceptic of non-traditional assessment methods), some background reading on the origin, rationale, application and utility of e-Portfolio would come in handy. 378 more words

JISC South East Technology Showcase - Solent Finalists for Reading List System

Write-up by Margaret Feetham (Deputy Librarian)

A number of staff from the Library and Learning Technologies teams attended the South East Technology Showcase event near Guildford on Wednesday 2 April 2014 where the Reading List Project was shortlisted as a finalist.  560 more words

Value & impact studies UK data services: new report

Forwarding for information:

Jisc has just published the synthesis report of the value & impact studies of Economic and Social Data Service (ESDS), the Archaeology Data Service (ADS), and the British Atmospheric Data Centre (BADC). 485 more words

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South Staffordshire College Wins Rethink Mental Health Project With Augmented Reality Proposal

A South Staffordshire College team led by Chief of Technology Enabled Learning Stephen Wileman has won a bid for Jisc (formerly the Joint Information Systems Committee) funding to work on an Augmented Reality (AR) programme in collaboration with the mental health charity Rethink. 256 more words