In this podcast, recorded at our Connect more event in Cheltenham, we discuss digital capability with Plymouth University's Steve Wheeler. We also catch up with Jisc's resident futurist Martin Hamilton and head of Jisc south west and midlands Lyn Bender, who talk about their highlights from the day.
In this podcast, recorded at our latest Connect more event in London, we talk to Jisc's Sue Attewell about what students really want from their learning experience and get an idea of what makes our series of Connect more events unique. We also talk to Lewisham College's Jo Burbidge about the flipped classroom concept and Dave White from the University of Arts London discusses his idea of 'learning as becoming'.
Whether you are in the process of deploying eduroam, have an operational service or are considering applying to join eduroam, you can gain a lot from joining one of our free live online eduroam clinics. Alan Buxey, senior IT services specialist at Loughborough University, tells us more.
In this podcast, Nao the robot introduces Paul Bailey, our senior co-design manager, as he discusses learning analytics. We also meet other speakers, staff and delegates as they discuss technology in education and their experiences at our Connect more event at Belfast Metropolitan College.
In this podcast, Will Allen, head of Jisc north, gives an overview of Tuesday's Connect more event in Liverpool and Emily Jones, media relations manager, talks to speakers, staff and delegates about what the future holds for technology in education.
In this podcast, Georgie Myers talks to our deputy chief innovation officer Andy McGregor, Glasgow Caledonian University's Lina Petrakieva, and head of Jisc Scotland Jason Miles-Campbell about today's Connect more event and what the future holds for education in Scotland.
Learning analytics is big news at the moment, so, along with our M5 colleagues - the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) and Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) - and Universities UK, we recently held a successful ‘think tank’ exploring the hot topic of data-driven decision-making and the recommendations in our recent horizon scanning report.
Paul Bailey, manager of our Summer of Student Innovation competition, talks about why you should take a look at this year's entries and vote for your favourite ideas from both the student ideas and the supporting technology startup projects competitions.
The UK education funding councils’ post-2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) open access policy came into effect in April. Mafalda Marques, project officer (PASTEUR4OA) for Jisc, talks through the key requirements and the support available to institutions to help them comply. Read the original blog.
Further education (FE) and skills in the UK have come up against a lot of challenges in the last few years. Does FELTAG still have a place?