Tag Archives: e-Learning general

Learning Analytics Service Agreement – Final

Originally posted on Effective Learning Analytics.

The  Jisc Learning Analytics Service Agreement  is available to download and we would like to thank everyone who provided feedback and comments. Here is a version showing the changes that have been made to the agreement.  Learning Analytics Service Agreement_Consultation-Final_Compared Existing implementation institutions have already been contacted regarding the process for signing the new agreement. … Read more

The McMaster Summer Institute for Students as Partners 2017: living and breathing partnership internationally

Originally posted on Change Agents' Network.

We are delighted to have a guest post from Dr Catherine Bovill, Senior Lecturer in Student Engagement, Institute for Academic Development, University of Edinburgh: The McMaster Summer Institute for Students as Partners was first run in 2016 and brings together researchers and practitioners interested and active in Students as Partners (SaP) work across the world. … Read more

Student digital experience tracker 2017: the voice of 22,000 UK learners

Originally posted on Jisc Digital Student.

Universities and colleges are investing large sums of money on their digital environment both in terms of infrastructure, learning materials and supporting their staff with the development of their digital capabilities. But how do we know if the investment being made in these areas is impacting on our students’ digital experience? What do students’ expect … Read more

FE and Skills Coalition Meeting – The Apprenticeship Journey in a Digital Age

Originally posted on Jisc Innovation in Further Education and Skills.

On the 10th May over 50 representatives from further education and skills across the UK attended the Jisc hosted FE and Skills coalition meeting in London. The theme of the meeting was the apprenticeship journey in a digital age. The aims of the meeting were to explore how we can embed technology throughout apprenticeship design, … Read more

Launch of new digital capability community and new guide to developing organisational approaches to digital capability

Originally posted on Jisc digital capability codesign challenge blog.

Technological change and evolving digital capabilities – how can we keep up? Digital know-how (Beetham, 2015) is an acknowledged asset to our future economy (House of Lords select committee on digital skills, 2015) that is changing the way we work, communicate and conduct our personal business. The sustained rate of growth in digital innovation and … Read more

Digital Assessment: current and future developments across europe

Originally posted on Electronic Management of Assessment.

The webinar took place on 25th April 2017. It was organised by EUNIS in collaboration with JIsc. Topics covered included national initiatives in Norway and the Netherlands and the experiences of the University of Bergen (using Canvas for formative assessment and Inspera for digital exams). The webinar recording can be found here: https://ca-sas.bbcollab.com/mr.jnlp?suid=M.5F189A13EE7B62C8F18F972018C873&sid=2009077 Follow the … Read more

Change agents’ network comes of age with the 5th annual CAN conference

Originally posted on Change Agents' Network.

I was privileged to work with the University of Exeter this year to organise the 5th annual conference of the Change agents’ network. The conference which took place on the 20 – 21 April was attended by 180 staff and students from universities and colleges across the UK. This year’s theme, Supporting effective partnerships, was … Read more

Full programme for CAN 2017 now available

Originally posted on Change Agents' Network.

The full programme for CAN 2017 is now available.  Links to the Day 1 and Day 2 abstracts for each session can be found here. Proudly hosted by The University of Exeter, the 5th annual Change Agents’ Network Conference presents a fantastic opportunity to share effective practice and honest reflections on student and staff partnership … Read more

Digifest: Learning analytics interventions should always be mediated by a human being

Originally posted on Effective Learning Analytics.

I was at Jisc Digifest 2017 last week involved in several sessions around data and analytics. However for me the most interesting session was the debate on Humans vs Machines debating whether  “Learning analytics interventions should always be mediated by a human being”. In case you are new to learning analytics, it is the use … Read more

Four years on from FELTAG

Originally posted on Jisc Innovation in Further Education and Skills.

This guest post is by Ros Smith, author of the updated Evolution of FELTAG guide. Over the last few months, I had the privilege to ‘talk FELTAG’ with some leading senior managers and practitioners in further education (FE). Why? It was time to take a fresh look at the impact of the FELTAG recommendations on … Read more