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The Legacy of Covid-19

September 7th, 2020 / Dave Barber

As we approach the new academic year university administrations and heads of e-learning have started to reflect publicly on the implications and legacy of Covid 19.  791 more words
Digital Resources

20/21: The VLE Overhaul

20th July 2020 / By Claire O’ Brien

Dramatic heading, I know, but after running numerous programme team TEL training workshops in the last four weeks, a lot of staff have this topic on their minds. 817 more words

Digital Resources

Times Higher Education: Creating and supporting digital archives to improve access and research

Times Higher Education: Creating and supporting digital archives to improve access and research. “Now more than ever, there is a demand for universities to make available content in digital form from archives and collections that include books, primary sources and multimedia material. 40 more words

Communities: Support through sharing

Jisc have done a stellar job of not only supporting the FE and HE digital learning community but also highlighting the real benefits of communities during the last couple of months dealing with Covid-19. 98 more words


Bigging up communities

The other day Jisc posted a little video taken at Digifest 2020. The video featured Steven Hope, Head of Independent Learning at Leeds City College, … 469 more words


Kortext's Free Student eTextbook Programme (FSTP)

To access all of the available titles, please click on the link below which will take you to an alphabetically arranged title list;


If you find a book you are interested in, click once on the appropriate hyperlink and then click on the link that appears above the link box. 405 more words

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JISC DigiFest: Digital Citizenship

Following my DigiFest session I thought I would share some thoughts which went into my session.

It is important to firstly acknowledge that our views on technology are very much the result of our experiences.  1,399 more words