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Digital stories can empower the teller

Everyone has a story to tell. They do not need to be big, powerful stories to have impact or provide crucial information for others. More often than not it’s the act of telling that’s important.  >>

Staff and students from Treloar College at the 2015 Summer of Student Innovation event
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Staff and students from Treloar College at the 2015 Summer of Student Innovation event
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Lisa Featherstone

Take-home messages from Bett 2016

For many people the Bett Show is one of the world's leading education events; there’s something for everyone who wants to find out about the latest technology and how it can make learning and teaching experiences richer. >>

Section of the Bett Show learning wheel
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Section of the Bett Show learning wheel
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Paul McKean

Bricks to Clicks: from recommendation to action

If you’ve been working in higher education (HE) for a while, you’ll know that the latest Higher Education Commission (HEC) report ‘From Bricks to Clicks: the Potential of Data and Analytics in Higher Education’ is welcome research.  It brings into the spotlight the conversation about the strategic role that data and digital can play in HE. >>

Paul Feldman

Getting the most out of your next videoconference

Videoconferencing (VC) should feel like an ordinary conversation but it’s amazing how often it seems awkward. We’ve put together a few tips to improve your next VC so you can be sure of a smoother meeting that is more satisfying for everyone. >>

Videoconferencing
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Videoconferencing
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Tim Boundy