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New UCISA case studies on institutional approaches to TEL

How are UK higher education institutions managing their services, what are they targeting for development and how is this work being conducted?

UCISA has just published a collection of case studies on institutional approaches to the management of technology enhanced learning (TEL) services within the UK HE sector, which goes some way to answering these questions. 762 more words

Learning Design & Development

Key messages from the 2014 UCISA TEL Survey

Posted on behalf of Dr Richard Walker:

At this year’s ALT-C conference (#altc), Richard Walker presented the following short paper: ‘Ground swells and breaking waves: Findings from the 2014 UCISA TEL survey on learning technology trends, developments and fads… 862 more words

Our Research

UCISA Support Services Conference 2014 – Part 2

Before I kick off Part 2, it’s worth flagging up some of the other great conference resources that are out there.

Higher Education

UCISA Support Services Conference 2014 - Part 1

The time has come to reflect one last time on this year’s UCISA Support Services Conference – an event that’s given me a lot in terms of new experiences, new contacts and new ideas. 1,771 more words

Higher Education

Some thoughts on speaking

My recent adventures have prompted a good deal of thought around standing up in front of people and talking. I’m loath to call it Public Speaking, because that’s a Thing. 871 more words

Higher Education

Idea Management - A How To Guide (Part 2)

So back in Part 1… We had the thought to give Idea Management a go. We appreciated from the start that it’s an investment. We set some reasonable expectations and prepared ourselves for the notion that the best bits might not actually just come from realising Ideas. 1,549 more words

Higher Education

View from Crewe - Reflections

After the excitement of live daily blogs last week from the UCISA conference, this blog is a few thoughts and reflections. For those that missed them, here are “A View from Crewe”  640 more words