Three further education and skills providers and 14 universities investigated a range of innovative technology-enhanced approaches in our work on blended delivery. Ranging from departmental and disciplinary initiatives to whole-institution transformation, their work provides a rich evidence base of the value added by technology in curriculum delivery.
Resources produced during the lifetime of the programme have been shared with the sector.
The projects in our earlier HE in FE work took a similar, evidence-based approach to evaluating technology in curriculum delivery. You can read the outcomes in a summary report on our archived webpage and learn more about managing course information in HE in FE courses in our detailed guide.
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Explore the pedagogy underpinning our transforming curriculum delivery programme through three of our effective practice guides featuring case studies from the programme: effective assessment in a digital age (2010), emerging practice in a digital age (2011) and learning in a digital age (2012).
You can also view some of the projects’ innovative approaches on video. These include flexible curriculum delivery (Cascade); enhancing employability (Springboard TV); and reflecting on feedback (making assessment count).
You can examine the projects’ findings in more detail in our benefits table and in their blog postings, and follow a discussion about the programme in our podcast: efficiencies, enhancements and transformation – how technology can deliver.
More from the archive
You may also be interested in our work on mobile learning and key messages from our e-learning innovation projects.
Our 2007 CAMEL tangible benefits of e-learning study, funded under the e-learning capital programme, provides further evidence of the value technology adds to learning and teaching.