Chris reflects on some of the lessons learned from the digital leadeship programme about digital transformation in education.
Does Microsoft Teams work as an effective backchannel? Read more to find out Scott’s reflections on using it at a recent workshop.
Esther Barrett tells us about a new community of practice for Essential Skills Wales Digital Literacy practitioners and managers in Wales.
Esther reflects on the nature of teaching as a craft and why we must thread digital skills through the objects and activities that we create.
Scott shares news of a new Jisc training course designed to help those whose role is to publish to the web.
Many of Jisc’s member institutions are looking at the potential of of MS Teams to be a core system in the support of learning and teaching. Here Chris takes a look at the fundamental difference between Teams and the traditional VLE to ask whether one could be a direct replacement for the other.
Scott discusses Jisc’s new 3D scanning service and what it involves for members at the recent Introduction to 3D scanning and photogrammetry for immersive content creators event at our Fetter Lane office in London.
In response to Jisc’s revised definition of digital wellbeing Scott explores what this means to him. Examples from across the sector are included as well as useful links to Jisc’s developing work in this area.
We use the word engagement a lot in education. Chris reflects on whether what we often think of as engagement is actually more like attention and why it’s important to be clear about the distinction.
As the #ConnectMore19 events draw to a close the digital practice Subject Specialists in Jisc share some of their highlights.