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Are robots taking our jobs?

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Esther Barrett describes her NTfW teaching and learning conference keynote which looks at artificial intelligence and how it’s changing the modern workplace. Are our apprentices and trainees ready?

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Five top tips for delivering live online learning

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Scott, Esther and the Jisc training team reflect on the first two Jisc online workshops and provide their top tips for things to look out for when delivering live online learning.

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Reflections from the Jisc Online Workshop on Digital Identity and Wellbeing

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Last week, Esther Barrett, Rebecca Burningham and I delivered the first in a series of exciting new online workshops focusing on key areas of digital capability. Whilst the workshop is still fresh in my mind I want to share some of my reflections from the session (before breaking up for Christmas and taking on fresh …

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The Learning Evolution – Books, Augmented Reality, Narrative and Beyond…

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John Sumpter explores how education can be enhanced by the appropriate and seamless integration of technologies such as Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality that many are unaware can be used in education today. John also reflects on his findings at the UA Reloaded conference in Germany.

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Who the hell do I think I am?

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Chris reflects on how managing a Twitter account that he uses for personal and professional reasons can sometimes look a little confusing to the outside world and why the choices we make about what we put on social media have implications for those in positions of leadership.

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Looking through the (Johari) Window on Technology Use

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Scott provides a personal account of how to encourage someone who is older to engage with technology and the internet and reflects on the challenges they face.

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Let’s go digital – an extra slice

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Lis Parcell reports on the good practice shared at the second of CoLRiC’s two summer conferences for FE learning resources and looks at how college librarians are developing their digital capability. She also shows how you could help make a LearningWheel of useful digital tools for learning resources services.

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Online language – Why do we need to teach it?

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This the fifth in a series of blogs looking at online language… What is it? How is it being used? Why do we need to teach it? Here Esther looks at why we need to teach online language as part of digital capability and basic literacy.

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Online language – How are communities using it?

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This the fourth in a series of blogs looking at online language… What is it? How is it being used? Why do we need to teach it? Here Esther looks at how online communities use language characteristics and conventions as part of their identity.

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