Welcome to the very first episode of our brand new podcast - What the Edtech?!
Sue Attewell, our head of change - further education and skills, chats about our student ideas competition, which launches next year; from how to work the competition into the curriculum, to what students can gain from entering (from business skills to confidence and everything in between).
Staff digital capabilities are central to student and organisational success.
Born from a desire to change the current publishing landscape, dominated by a handful of large commercial publishers, there is an increase in new publishing models, being led by universities and academics. In this podcast, which accompanies Graham's blog post, we explore these new trends.
As the UK population becomes digitally-savvy from an increasingly younger age, it’s easy to assume tech take-up is evenly shared across every aspect of our lives. Ruth Bushi, an editor at Save the Student, explores the benefits of using technology to improve student's financial literacy. Read the accompanying blog.
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? In this podcast, Paul McKean, head of further education and skills, shares our vision for the next five years.
The five things you need to know.
Social media has the potential to shape and inform the sector – and we’re a real advocate for using it in teaching. Our competition celebrates the excellent work being done by sector professionals out there - we’re looking for the most innovative ways of social being used to add value to teaching. In this podcast Emma Dixon, from our digital communications team, chats through our social media superstars competition.
Most of us are consumers of technology rather than producers. In this podcast our futurist, Martin Hamilton, asks what it would take to learn how to code, or get into hardware hacking. You can also read his accompanying blog.
We’re on the look-out for the most social media-savvy folk in higher education (HE).