Scaling up online learning: outline plans

Originally posted on Scaling up online learning project blog.

As outlined in the projects last blog post, the best of the ideas that came out of the ideas board for the project were considered by the projects Working Group during a dedicated workshop session. The solutions that they considered and the outcomes for each of these are summarised in the table below: Idea Desira-bility Feasi-bility Commit-ment Outcome … Read more

Register now for the new SEDA accredited Jisc Institutional Change Leader award

Originally posted on Change Agents' Network.

We are delighted to announce the launch of the new SEDA accredited Jisc Institutional Change Leader award. This award supports staff and students working in partnership on curriculum innovation projects in UK further education and skills and higher education. It supports those about to undertake change agency work as well as those who have already … Read more

FE Digital Student consultation events underway

Originally posted on Jisc Digital Student.

This week I attended the second in a series of events taking place throughout the UK as part of the FE Digital Student Project and was delighted to see plenty of stimulating discussions and thought-provoking presentations centred around the theme of learners’ expectations and experiences of using technology in further education. The day included a … Read more

From challenges to solutions

Originally posted on Electronic Management of Assessment.

On 9th December we held a workshop involving many of the contributors to this blog along with other staff from HEIs to take a service design approach to addressing the EMA challenges you have identified. It was a lively and participative day that resulted in 30 solution ideas. The ideas were discussed and voted on […] Read more

EMA supporting effective feedback at the Institute of Education (now part of UCL)

Originally posted on Electronic Management of Assessment.

Background and context The Institute of Education (IOE) has a reputation as the UK’s premier institution for the education and training of teachers and for educational and social research. Each year over 1,000 graduates train as teachers at the IOE on PGCE courses and over 4,000 embark on higher degrees. Many students are working and […] Read more

EMA supporting assessment for learning at the University of Hertfordshire

Originally posted on Electronic Management of Assessment.

Background and context The University of Hertfordshire is a large HEI with a student community of over 27,000 including more than 2,800 international students from 85 different countries. The University prides itself on being student-focused with an established reputation for using technology to support excellence in learning, teaching and assessment. Participation in the Jisc assessment […] Read more

From challenges to solutions

Originally posted on Electronic Management of Assessment.

On 9th December we held a workshop involving many of the contributors to this blog along with other staff from HEIs to take a service design approach to addressing the EMA challenges you have identified. It was a lively and participative day that resulted in 30 solution ideas. The ideas were discussed and voted on […] Read more

SEDA conference 2014: Mark Kerrigan reports on delivering the keynote on behalf of the Change Agents’ Network

Originally posted on Change Agents' Network.

On the 14th of November 2014, Mark Kerrigan,  Anglia Ruskin University and Duncan McKenna, University of Greenwich) delivered a keynote presentation on behalf of the Change Agents’ Network to close the 19th Annual SEDA conference. This was an exciting request as only a few weeks before, the SEDA committee had approved our new Course: Institutional … Read more

FE Digital Student focus groups just finished

Originally posted on Jisc Digital Student.

We’re happy to report that on Thursday, 11 December, we finished the last of the FE Digital Student learner focus groups. We’re really grateful to the six Colleges who provided for their support in organising these events with us: Borders College, Sussex Downs College, Activate Learning, Myerscough College, City of Bristol College, Coleg Gwent 220 … Read more