Category: management

Changing the Learning Landscape: A multi-agency approach

Making the Change: Technology Enhanced Learning

The Changing the Learning Landscape programme was a multi-agency approach that sought to help institutions bring changes to the student experience through the appropriate use of technology. As well as being multi-agency from the external perspective, the success of the programme was also in large part due to the participation of multiple agents in the…

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Getting the most from a consultant

I’ve been working on behalf of Jisc in partnership with a group of other organisations, Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, Association for Learning Technology, National Union of Students and the Higher Education Academy. Part of the model we’ve been using is reliant on acting as consultants to a variety of higher education institutions. Each of…

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Six ways to ensure sustainability for technology based interventions

Over the last two years I’ve been very lucky in working with some excellent projects in three JISC programmes; Users and Innovation, Institutional Innovation and Building Capacity. This community of projects hold a vast core of information and knowledge about the use of technology in institutions and how to get the most of it. In…

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Maybe 42 is no longer the answer

The seeds of many initiatives present in institutions today were sown in 1998 when Dearing published his report into higher education, which was to have wide ranging ramifications across the higher education sector for the following decade. It included reference to ‘systems for teaching and administration’, the ability to ‘teach across continents’ and we also…

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