Transforming the future of education through advanced technology.
How can we use technology to improve the future of assessment?
Existing and emerging technologies are starting to play a role in changing assessment. A new report sets five targets for the next five years to progress assessment towards being more authentic, accessible, appropriately automated, continuous and secure.
Paul Holland, dean of educational technology, Swansea University
"I’ve seen the need for a connected and collaborative way of working that our students will need for the fourth industrial revolution. I don’t think everyone realises the potential of where this is heading."
From the virtual learning environment that underpins day-to-day studying, to the use of digital lecture capture, Paul Bailey looks at how technology is embedded within today’s student experience.
Sir Ian Diamond, chair of the Independent Commission on the College of the Future, talks about the importance of technology in everyday life. It is no longer an optional add-on to teaching and learning.
The student of the future
What do you think teaching and learning will be like in ten years? Fast forward to 2029 and discover Natalie_4.0, a fully immersive experience from the perspective of a history and geography undergraduate of the future.
Upskilling our workforce means upskilling our teachers
If we are to embed the increasing digital skills that industry demands in our teaching staff, colleges and businesses need to collaborate with a much more flexible and supportive approach.
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Shaping the digital experience for future learners
How do FE learners at UK colleges experience technology? Shakira Martin, former NUS president, reflects on the value of a digital education.
Read on collegecommission.co.uk