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Understanding the who, what and how of online learning

Learning in a digital environment is potentially a great leveller, enabling people from all backgrounds to access learning and valuable knowledge; technically, all you need to learn online is an internet connection and curiosity about a particular subject or topic area.  >>

Online study
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Sarah Knight Heather Price

The textbook challenge: supporting literacy through technology

Literacy is arguably the most significant invention of all time, allowing us to live rich and varied lives and gain knowledge and experiences from the minds of others. >>

Sophie from Treloar College whose 'Voice It' app is an entry in the 2015 Summer of Student Innovation
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Sophie from Treloar College whose 'Voice It' app is an entry in the 2015 Summer of Student Innovation
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Alistair McNaught

ETAG – a good Bett for UK education?

A couple of months ago my daughter came home from school with an interesting new project: everyone in her year group was being asked to imagine what the classroom of the future might be like.  >>

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Martin Hamilton

UK digital capabilities: mind the gap

In recent months the UK has seen several landmark reports launched on the ‘digital state of the nation’ – notably the TechUK Manifesto, the Number One in Digital report from Labour Digital and the government’s own Digital Inclusion Strategy.  >>

Martin Hamilton