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From next generation research environments to digital apprenticeships – our five new priority areas as chosen by you

Time for an update. The last time I wrote about our co-design project, I let you know that we’re pursuing five exciting ideas, as chosen by you. Since then, we’ve been working with experts and those on the ground to gather research and draw conclusions, and generally work out where to take the projects from here. >>

Students working together on a tablet
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Students working together on a tablet
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Andy McGregor

You helped us to identify our new priorities, so what are they, and what next?

Our R&D effort is currently focused on three major projects: learning analytics, digital capability and the research data shared service. However, it’s important for us to keep an eye on what comes next after these endeavours, so that we’re able to move quickly to develop new projects as soon as effort is released from our current ones. >>

Students working together in a computer lab
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Students working together in a computer lab
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Andy McGregor

Summer of Student Innovation 2015 - technology startup winners announced

Last week I was part of a small team that met with some of the applicants for the technology start-ups category of Jisc’s 2015 Summer of Student Innovation co-design challenges.  >>

CrowdEmotion demo their emotion recognition software at the Digital Catapult
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CrowdEmotion demo their emotion recognition software at the Digital Catapult
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Owen White

Collaborative approach to sector-wide challenges

The UK has a rich and varied array of universities, colleges and training providers for learners to choose from, but if there’s one lesson that has stood out most during the first few months of our co-design process, it’s just how many of them are facing very similar challenges. >>

Andy McGregor