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Right time to take the tech challenge?

A response to the FE Week Technology Supplement September 2016

“Right time to take the tech challenge?” Is the title of the opening piece by Jude Burke for the Technology Supplement-2016 published by FE Week, which looks at ‘all things technology-related for the FE and Skills sector.’ Collating views and opinions of key stakeholders and sharing some of the many ways that colleges and other providers are embracing new and emerging technologies. 1,449 more words


ALT-C 2016 - Learner Analytics – the current state of play

Learner Analytics – the current state of play

This year’s ALT conference (‘Connect, Collaborate, Create’) identified learning analytics as one of the key themes for discussion. 768 more words

Conferences & Presentations

Kudos announces new Jisc agreement and new institutional pricing, and welcomes the London School of Economics and Political Science

For immediate release, September 8th, 2016 –– Kudos (www.growkudos.com), the award-winning service for maximizing the reach and impact of research publications, is pleased to announce that it is now… 524 more words

Press Release

Let's get digital or not?

The Friday blog-habit is proving hard to break! If only I could be as strict with the Friday evening wine or Saturday cake. As in not having them.   476 more words

Digital Capabilities

Jisc Digital Leaders Programme

​I have seen a worrying amount of criticism recently for this programme. Not criticism of the speakers, topics or validity of the programme, criticism solely of the price. 452 more words


We need to talk Pokemon Go and alcohol

Something somewhere has gone terribly wrong. Educational technology has journals, books,  professional qualifications and conferences but it’s the same names and faces appearing again and again. 747 more words

Digital Capabilities

Building Digital Capabilities

I went to an excellent talk by James Clay on Building Digital Capabilities at the London Region Staff Development Network this afternoon.James described the skills needed by staff in a wide range of academic, administrative and professional roles to thrive in a modern University environment. 127 more words

Technology Enhanced Learning