Tag Archives: e-Learning general

REACT project’s Special Issue of the Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change

Originally posted on Change Agents' Network.

We are delighted to announce the launch of the special issue of the Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change: Vol 3, No 1 (2017): Reacting to the ‘Hard to Reach’ through Student Engagement Initiatives. This special issue of The Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change is slightly different from previous issues in that … Read more

Something submitted, to something different — #disruptconCU18

Originally posted on lawrie : converged.

In September a call for submissions appeared on the SEDA list that was a little different. To quote Kieran Fenby-Hulse The Doctoral College and Centre for Research Capability and Development will be holding a one day Conference happening on Friday 19th January 2018. Our Call for Something is currently open and closes on 12th November. […] Read more

Liability in the new Learning Analytics Service Agreement

Originally posted on Effective Learning Analytics.

Some of you have been asking about the changes to liability in the new Service Agreement, so I thought it was worth a blog post to highlight the main factors we had to bear in mind. The new Service Agreement for Institutions marks the transition of Learning Analytics from a relatively small-scale R&D project to … Read more

Learning Analytics Purchasing Service

Originally posted on Effective Learning Analytics.

From the outset of the Jisc Learning Analytics project we were aware that institutions were likely to have requirements that went beyond what Jisc could offer. With this in mind we developed an architecture and service structure so that complementary services from other suppliers could easily be added on top of the services provided by … Read more

What drives student satisfaction with their digital experience?

Originally posted on Jisc Digital Student.

In reviewing the data from two major Tracker pilots, and other work done by the Digital Student projects, we have developed a deeper understanding of the elements of the student digital experience. We know that it centres on the course of study. Confident teaching staff, relevant learning activities, and up-to-date digital systems all contribute to … 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

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