Effective Assessment in a Digital Age Workshops

Effective Assessment in a Digital Age Workshops From challenge to change… Using principles of good practice, work with colleagues towards an effective model for the use of technology in assessment and feedback. A series of free workshops based around the JISC Effective Assessment in a Digital Age publication www.jisc.ac.uk/digiassess and associated online resources www.jisc.ac.uk/assessresource will […]

Innovating e-Learning 2010: Final days of the conference sparkle

Winter may have come early this year, but the closing days of the JISC Online Conference sparkled in the gloom. The content Anne Miller, an inventor and authority on innovation and creativity, opened up Theme 2 of the conference with advice on ‘How to get your innovations adopted – and change the world’. Delegates continued […]

Delegate numbers reach an all-time high at Innovating e-Learning 2010

Proving once again the value of online conferencing, the fifth JISC Online Conference has attracted its highest ever numbers – 475 delegates from 11 countries. The conference, which runs between 23rd and the 26th November, focuses on the opportunities to be found in technology-based innovation to overcome the challenges posed by adverse times. Offering a […]

Book now for Innovating e-Learning 2010

Innovating e-Learning 2010: Bringing Innovation to Life: from adversity comes opportunity23rd – 26th November 2010 • How are colleges and universities going to change in light of recent policy announcements? • How do we sustain the investment in technology-enhanced learning in the current climate? • Do we know what students really want in relation to […]

Effective Assessment in a Digital Age

A new guide in the well-received JISC Effective Practice series, Effective Assessment in a Digital Age, is available from 7th September following its launch at ALT-C 2010 at the University of Nottingham. The guide adopts a principles-based approach to explore how technology can improve the experience of assessment and feedback for practitioners and learners, demonstrating […]

Innovating e-Learning 2010 – Book now

Innovating e-Learning 2010 Bringing Innovation to Life: from adversity comes opportunity 23rd – 26th November 2010 The theme of the 2010 Innovating e-Learning conference reflects the challenges presented by the current climate of economic constraint and will explore how technology-enhanced learning can help universities and colleges to develop forward-looking educational futures and continue to complete […]

JISC-TLRP Workshop on Digital Literacies

You are invited to attend a workshop on Digital Literacies on Monday 6th September at the East Midlands Conference Centre as an ALT-C pre-conference workshop. The workshop is designed for everyone with a research and/or development interest in digital literacies, and those whose roles are changing to accommodate a ‘digital literacies’ agenda. Participants will: *Explore […]

Winner Announced of e-Learning Survey

On behalf of the JISC e-Learning Programme, we would like to thank all those who participated in the recent survey of JISC e-Learning Programme communications activities. JISC has commissioned Stamp Consulting to objectively evaluate the effectiveness and impact of a range of communication activities funded by the JISC e-Learning Programme between 2004 and 2009. Activities […]

Testing the waters, or making waves?

I enjoyed a really useful and interesting day out at our Assessment Symposium on Tuesday – well worth the cross-border trek to substitute for our Austria-stranded childminder. It was organised to support the production of our new effective practice publication on technology-enhanced assessment, but was a great opportunity to explore many of the issues with […]

Supporting learners in a digital age: opportunities for participation

We are looking for people with an institutional role in supporting and developing ‘digital’ learners, which might mean working in learning development, information literacy, e-learning, ICT support, personal development planning, career planning, developing ‘literacies of the digital’, institutional strategic planning, and developing a 21st century curriculum in your subject area. We would like to invite […]