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Digital innovation: choosing what’s likely to fly

Originally posted on Inspiring learning.

With such rapid development in technology and limited resources in education, it’s hard for leaders to know which innovations in technology are likely to succeed and potentially transform learning, professional practice and the effectiveness of their institution. Looking forward to this year’s Jisc Digital Leaders programme, Chris gives some simple guidance on identifying the projects that are likely to make a difference.

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It’s still not easy…

Originally posted on e-Learning Stuff.

…but confidence helps! Over the years I have spent a lot of time working with teachers helping them to embed digital technologies into their practice. I have also collaborated with colleges and universities and seen the strategies they use to embed digital. In an earlier post I described my journey and the approaches I have … Continue reading It’s still not easy… Read more

No it’s not easy…

Originally posted on e-Learning Stuff.

…but sometimes you need to think differently! We know that change isn’t easy, if it was then all we would need to do would be buy a book on the subject and just do it. When it comes to the embedding of digital technologies into teaching, learning and assessment I have spent over twenty years … Continue reading No it’s not easy… Read more

Approaches to supporting change

It’s always nice when lots of things you’re working on come together, and I had a day like that today at the Jisc Learning and Teaching Experts group. Changing the learning landscape, digital literacies, and students as change agents were all on the agenda: all interesting areas in their own right, and particularly so once … Read more