Looking at elements of the student experience where institutional practices and policies can make the learner experience much more inclusive.
While the increasing use of innovative cloud-based solutions presents data protection challenges, there are unique opportunities for post-16 education organisations to provide a better, more secure and more effective learning experience for students.
Learning occurs as the result of interaction between learners and their environment. When the learning has a planned outcome, it becomes a purposeful activity that requires the artistry and skill of a learning designer.
Questions to ask yourself, and your senior management team colleagues, to help you remain competitive and sustainable in an increasingly digital age.
A checklist of questions to ask senior managers in order to better understand your college’s performance and guide its strategic direction
Guidance for colleges and training providers on how technology can add value to assessment and feedback.
Assistance for colleges, universities and other higher education institutions in understanding some of the key changes which will be brought about by the GDPR.
A guide covering the relevant advice, services and practical support you need to enhance the digital capabilities of your staff and develop the right infrastructure to drive blended learning.
The ramifications of the depth and breadth of transformation within further education and skills is far reaching, both geographically across the UK as well as deep within each organisation.