Author Archives: Lisa Gray

Revisiting e-portfolio practices

Educational initiatives and technologies change, but the practices enabled by e-portfolio tools have, if anything, increasing relevance. In 2008 when we published our effective practice guide to e-portfolios, use of e-portfolio tools in UK universities and colleges was very much on the up, as is borne out by the UCISA TEL survey data which shows … Read more

Autumn update

Originally posted on Jisc digital capability codesign challenge blog.

Now the summer holidays are over and the start of a new academic year is upon us, our thoughts are turning to new developments with the Jisc digital capability project over the coming months. ALT-C Firstly, for those of you attending ALT-C this week, the digital capabilities team will be running a workshop exploring organisational … Read more

New resources for FE and skills

Originally posted on Electronic Management of Assessment.

We’re pleased to announce the launch of a new guide on technology-enhanced assessment and feedback which has a focus on FE and skills. This new guide complements our existing suite of resources on technology in assessment and feedback, providing an up-to-date snapshot of practice across this diverse sector. The guide contains a rich variety of … Read more

Online resource now available ‘Transforming assessment and feedback with technology’

Originally posted on Electronic Management of Assessment.

As you all know we’ve been working on the development of an online toolkit to bring together examples, guidance and resources to support universities and colleges with their use of technology for assessment and feedback. We’re pleased to say that the first element of that suite of resources is now available, the ‘Transforming assessment and […] Read more

How can technology best support the development of employability skills?

A little while ago I had the pleasure of being part of a panel as part of a course for senior institutional managers looking at entrepreneurship, exploring the topic of ‘how can technology support employability’. This was an interesting question, as we have over the years explored this issue through a number of projects, but … Read more