Upcoming events

Jisc and ProQuest symposium

13 Oct 2014 (09:30 - 16:30)
University of London
Tickets: Free - booking required

To celebrate the new national license from Jisc for the higher education community in the UK to have access to ProQuest’s Early European Books collections 1-4, a key symposium is set to take place in October to highlight the unique scholarly research potential within the collection. This new...

Moodle user group

22 Oct 2014 (09:00 - 14:00)
Beverley Conference Centre, Beverley

via Jisc Regional Support Centres

Past events

Jisc at Universities UK Annual Conference 2014

9 Sep 2014 for 2 days
University of Leeds

As well as celebrating the many benefits of diversity, the Universities UK Members' Annual Conference 2014 will consider the strategic challenges and disruptors in an increasingly complex national and international higher education environment. Jisc session Wednesday 10 September 15.55 – 16.55...

Jisc at altc2014

1 Sep 2014 for 3 days
University of Warwick

The 21st annual conference of the Association for Learning Technology ( ALT ) will bring together evidence, theory, success stories and critical thinking from across education. Jisc sessions Monday 1 September 16.40 - 17.40 You'll never hear surf music again David Kernohan , senior co-design...

Evaluating online behaviours

15 Jul 2014 (15:00 - 16:00)

“If I haven’t found it by the third time I’m going to settle with whatever is there.” 1 Online technology has changed the way individuals engage with each other for teaching, learning and research. This brings new challenges for the provision of academic services based on individuals’ service...

Scaling up online learning in your institution

15 Jul 2014 (10:00 - 15:00)
The Nicolson Building

This workshop will bring together those involved in developing online learning within their institution. Participants will be encouraged to explore and understand the issues faced by institutions wishing to scale up their online provision, for example for the agile development of courses to respond...