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Jisc Employability Resources

One of the key education challenges for the UK is to develop a more highly skilled workforce which can compete in an increasingly competitive global market (Leitch Review 2006). Many universities and colleges are increasingly concerned to demonstrate that their courses can enhance a student’s future employment prospects. Employability is a key area for Jisc [...]

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Access to Resources and Open Innovation Webinar – register now

Join Jisc and colleagues from projects for a free one-hour webinar on the Access to Resources and Open Innovation initiative. Find out about the aims of the initiative and how they were achieved, together with examples of how projects brought about benefits to organisations: Chris Batt OBE, Critical Friend to the initiative will provide an [...]

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Transforming e-learning at Borders College

Jisc Netskills and Borders College are coming to the end of an ambitious collaborative project funded by Jisc as part of the Further Education and Skills Development and Resources Programme. BOLT – Borders Online Learning Transition sought to develop e-learning capability within the College through the design and development of innovative elearning packages for commercial [...]

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BCE professional development tool showcased around the UK

Jisc have recently completed a series of workshops, showcasing the Professional Development Diagnostic Tool for BCE around the UK. The tool, developed by Jisc Netskills, allows you to self-assess against key professional attributes, derive a personal skills profile and identify development resources. You can also upload relevant resources and leave comments. Attendees in Newcastle, Edinburgh, [...]

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Lifelong Learning in a Digital Age

Lifelong learning featured in last week’s JISC Innovating e-Learning 2012 Conference. The session was held using BlackBoard Collaborate as the conference takes place completely online and is now in its seventh year. The session, titled lifelong learning in a digital age: New audiences, new needs, new approaches allowed delegates to hear about and discuss the [...]

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