Changing the learning landscape
A multi-agency approach to supporting change in the digital student experience
2 years and 10 months
Ended 1 Dec 2013100%
Changing the learning landscape was a partnership programme which helped English higher education providers make strategic changes in the way they use technology to support learning, teaching and the student experience.
The programme was a partnership between the Association for Learning Technology, the Higher Education Academy, Jisc, the National Union of Students and the Leadership Foundation and was funded by HEFCE.
What did the project achieve?
It delivered a series of activities to support strategic use of technology in the student experience:
- A strategic conversation, an initial consultant visit to identify key areas for support in participating institutions
- A development programme for strategic leaders in learning and teaching
- Consultancy, support and expertise to institutional teams involved in technology-enhanced change
- A continuous professional development programme for academics and educational developers.
Analysis of the strategic conversations with senior managers, staff and students in 58 institutions was undertaken in order to identify trends and direction of change in relation to technology-enhanced learning (TEL) and the student experience.
These can be found in our how do you change the learning landscape? report and include areas such as strategy and leadership, engaging students and staff development.
We have also looked at how the recommendations of the report can help and inform its approach to serving our members in the future.
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This project ran until winter 2013