Technology-enhanced assessment and feedback in further education and skills – how is the sector doing?
In this post, we explore where you are on the road to technology-enhanced assessment, the barriers you've faced, and our planned activity to help you overcome them. >>
Want to develop your own technology solution to support your learning? Enter our Summer of Student Innovation competition.
If you are a student or apprentice on a course in a UK college or university, or a member of staff with a budding idea for tech that could support the learning process, there is still time to enter our Summer of Student Innovation competition, which closes on Monday 23 May 2016. >>
Good business intelligence to support evidenced-based decision-making is widely used in the private sector – and something we're seeing more and more of in UK education. >>
As recent media coverage has shown, the Prevent agenda and how it is to be implemented in schools, colleges and universities is of real concern not just to government, but to teachers, students and parents. >>
World Autism Awareness Week started on Saturday. With one in every 100 people on the autism spectrum, and a new BBC series highlighting that even the word ‘autism’ may suggest different things to different people, it’s an issue educators must concern themselves with. >>
Today marks the start of another chapter on the UK’s road to open access (OA). This is the date when the UK education funding councils’ post-2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) OA policy comes into effect. >>
Further education (FE) and skills in the UK has come up against a lot of challenges in the last few years. Does FELTAG still have a place in this landscape? Absolutely! In fact, I’d argue more so now than ever. >>
New developments in open access (OA) continue to come thick and fast; it’s a mark of the commitment that institutions, researchers, funders and many publishers have to making OA work. >>
Learning analytics is increasingly in the news. Recently the Higher Education Commission launched their Bricks to Clicks report, which demonstrates the enormous potential for the use of learning analytics in UK universities. It also highlights the dangers around the potential misuse of students’ personal data. >>