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.
Steps to raise the visibility of your institution’s repository and help ensure users can find and use relevant content
A checklist of questions to ask senior managers in order to better understand your college’s performance and guide its strategic direction
A merger is where one or more institutions cease to exist as a legal entity when incorporated into a new or existing institution
Doing more with less and meeting increasing expectations from learners means that being prepared for rapid change is essential.
How to monitor and streamline the costs associated with open access.
Adopting open approaches can enhance transparency and scientific integrity, promote public engagement, stimulate innovation and improve the efficiency of research
Institutions require access to accurate, timely and meaningful information about their core businesses and the environment in which they operate if they are to adapt and thrive in a fast-moving environment
Guidance for colleges and training providers on how technology can add value to assessment and feedback.