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The top challenges for the UK’s HE leaders - revealed

The results are in from our second annual higher education leadership survey, exploring what is looming large on the horizons for those in senior leadership positions in UK higher education. >>

Students working in the computer lab at the University of Bath
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Students working in the computer lab at the University of Bath
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Sarah Davies

The future of FE: our vision for the next five years

Can colleges and skills providers become efficient and financially stable, while also providing an excellent learning experience that produces a workforce with the skills required to help the UK economy thrive post-Brexit and beyond? >>

Students working at North Lindsey College
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Students working at North Lindsey College
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Paul McKean

What I’m most looking forward to at Digifest 2017

Digifest is our annual must-attend event that celebrates the power digital has to revolutionise learning and teaching. Each year the event is packed full of exciting talks and debates, and the chance to investigate ideas and explore sector issues, and a buzzing atmosphere fuelled by people ready to learn and share ideas.  >>

Digifest 2016
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Digifest 2016
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Sarah Knight

Creating a solid foundation for success post-area reviews

‘Technology as an enabler’ is a major theme in government’s guidance on the area reviews, reviewing post-16 education and training institutions. If we look at the objectives of this programme, and what a college needs to be successful in the post-area review landscape, it is easy to see why. >>

Students working on tablets
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Paul McKean

Questions you need to ask when developing a digital strategy

Mention the word strategy, and some people will switch off straight away. When we talk about digital strategies you might lose even more of your audience if they’ve decided they’re not technically-minded. But with digital coming to play such a crucial role in further education (FE) and skills - being recommended as a core skill in all college programmes in the Sainsbury review of technical education and part of Government's post-16 skills plan - it’s not something that can be ignored.  >>

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Five reasons to use Twitter for your virtual CPD

As educators, our role is to facilitate a learning experience that is interesting, current, flexible, challenging, collaborative, adaptive - and fun! But that’s why we chose this profession isn’t it? To have a stimulating job in a subject we are passionate about? To never have two days alike? And to be rewarded with making positive differences to others’ lives?   >>

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Deb Millar