Even today’s students need support with some areas of digital practice, particularly in an academic context
How technology can support access to ‘any time any place’ learning that is essential for learners in the work place
Digital technologies can help you to effectively manage relationships with employers and their employees (and potential learners), as well as to deliver courses flexibly
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
Mobile learning allows the learner to communicate with tutors and peers, as well as access learning resources, while on the move
Supporting you to work with students to develop your institution’s digital environment and create engaging learning experiences
Supporting institutions to develop digital environments which meet students’ expectations and help them to progress to higher study and employment
Institutions need to know how to share and protect their own outputs while not infringing the rights of others
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.
Advice and guidance on scalable methodologies to review and improve processes across your organisation.