This blog post looks at how we can promote sustainability when developing digital resources for learners, as well as things to consider when searching for Open Educational Resources.
Reflections from yesterday’s digital pedagogy ‘ideas room’ event online, which brought colleagues across FE together to share their challenges relating to digital pedagogy.
If you are searching for DIY learning and development resources to develop your digital skills, this list will help.
Many learning providers are using MS Teams for both live and asynchronous delivery. We asked Microsoft for their top tips when using Teams as a virtual learning environment. Here’s what they said…
A look into some of the practical approaches to creating motivational online activities and learning environments.
Some learning providers are using slide decks with corporate logos and busy templates. But is it appropriate to use marketing slides for teaching and learning? Esther Barrett explores some issues around using corporate slide templates in education.
Many peer observations will be happening in live online classrooms in the coming months. Managers and practitioners are thinking about how to approach observations in a non-threatening way. If you want to design and run peer observations, this blog post will give you some practical ideas and considerations to get you started.
Zac discusses digital tools that we can use for developing digital learning resources and what we must consider when selecting which to use.
Jisc subject specialists Zac Gribble and John Kelly discuss the importance of copyright when developing effective digital learning rescources.
Scott shares the outputs from the ‘Myth-busting digital pedagogy’ workshops delivered in collaboration with the FE sector. Details of how to get involved with Jisc’s digital pedagogy deep dive working group are also included.