Using technology to support the assessment life cycle, from the electronic submission of assignments to marking and feedback.
Looking at elements of the student experience where institutional practices and policies can make the learner experience much more inclusive.
Creating an e-portfolio involves skills essential for 21st century learning – organising and planning material, giving and receiving feedback, reflecting, selecting and arranging content to communicate with a particular audience in the most effective way.
How to ensure learners know how to behave safely and responsibly in the digital space
How to monitor and streamline the costs associated with open access.
Doing more with less and meeting increasing expectations from learners means that being prepared for rapid change is essential.
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.
A merger is where one or more institutions cease to exist as a legal entity when incorporated into a new or existing institution
Technology can enable different, new and more immediate methods of assessment
Explore the different types of open access publishing, its benefits and how to ensure you meet funder requirements