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This section offers guidance on the methodologies used to evaluate the performance of institutions as e-textbooks publishers.
This section looks at the reasons for publishing students work as e-textbooks as well as at the benefits of doing so.
This section will describe general marketing practices for books that can be applied to e-textbooks.
This section focuses on the technologies used by the project teams.
This section of the toolkit provides an overview of the support provided to staff during the project, and in particular to authors.
This section of the toolkit provides an overview of the process a publication goes through from conception to publication.
This section of the toolkit explores why an institution might want to consider establishing an e-textbook publishing venture.
Practical help and support to universities wishing to publish e-textbooks.
Uncovering how teaching staff in colleges and universities really experience their digital environment.
How could we use Internet of Things devices to help us make our campuses intelligent, and what are the potential perils and pitfalls? The sixth in a series of reports to emerge from our horizon scanning project.
On behalf of the further education and skills coalition, we bring you an updated view of UK digital practice in FE and skills in the post-FELTAG decade.
A national picture of how students are using technology in universities and colleges across the UK.
The eighth case study from the UK Higher Education Learning Space Toolkit.
The first case study from the UK Higher Education Learning Space Toolkit.
The seventh case study from the UK Higher Education Learning Space Toolkit.
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