Even today’s students need support with some areas of digital practice, particularly in an academic context
Institutions need to know how to share and protect their own outputs while not infringing the rights of others
Advice on data protection law around how colleges, universities and other learning providers collect and use information
How to create meaningful blended learning content that meets the needs of your learners.
How to improve procurement processes and ensure inclusive practice is embedded in teaching, learning and assessment
Research data management is important for institutions as well as researchers, and needs to be selected, curated, retained and stored, using appropriate metadata.
Developing authentic learning experiences, helping students engage with employers, developing students' lifelong learning skills, and developing students' digital literacy.
Assessing your existing spaces can inform the creation of new areas to support engaging and productive learning
Prospective students are now more likely to find information about courses via their laptops than in a printed prospectus, so learning providers are looking to digital technologies to help
How your organisation can help to reduce and overcome the barriers faced by learners with special educational needs.