My blog posts
Events where participants are challenged to come up with ideas for a digital solution in a few days are nothing new for Jisc. But rarely have we been in a... >>
These days, apprentices are first and foremost employees, and employers are expecting a slick business-to-business relationship with providers that can... >>
Podcast Listen to the accompanying podcast Play audio The need to find new efficiencies when purse strings are already being pulled tight is a very real... >>
I'm passionate about widening participation and ensuring everyone has the opportunity to learn. I believe technology can support this.
I work in Jisc R&D and manage a small team. We develop new products and services for the sector to suit our member needs.
I enjoy a challenge and have worked in education since 2005, with a focus on reducing local skills gaps. This led to a policy role as head of skills at West of England LEP working at both local and national level.
Analogue apprenticeships are dead. Long live digital
TES, January 2017