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Martin Hamilton, Jisc's futurist, looks back on his experiences at the Google Moonshot for Education Summit, where 40 edtech innovators came together to discuss the future of education. He tells us about some of the moonshot thinking to come out of the event. 

Read the original blog post.


Andrew Cormack, chief regulatory advisor, Jisc technologies, has recently written a chapter on information security for the book Digital Futures, which brings together a number of expert briefings on digital technologies for education and research. In this podcast he gives us a preview of his advice.

Visit the Jisc website to find out more.

Direct download: Its_good_to_share.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:28am UTC

Vivien Ward, project manager at Jisc Collections, looks at why universities might want to look at publishing textbooks themselves, what the challenges are, and how it can add value.

To find out more visit the Jisc website.

Direct download: Starting_a_university_press__the_perks_pitfalls_and_benefits.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:39am UTC

In this edition of the Jisc podcast, Simon Thomson, an academic specialising in digital and technology-based learning, considers how digital pedagogies can support innovation. In a recent blog, Jisc's senior co-design manager Lawrie Phipps suggested that institutions' position of power over their students' access to the digital domain amounted to a colonial arrangement. Simon asks if this is the case, how should we redress the balance of power?

Read the original blog at https://www.jisc.ac.uk/blog/re-balancing-the-power-in-our-digital-colonies-03-aug-2015-0

Direct download: Re-balancing_the_power_in_our_digital_colonies.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:03pm UTC

Deborah Millar is head of e-Learning at Blackburn College. In the latest podcast from Jisc, she talks about the value of Twitter for continuing professional development, and why people are sometimes reluctant to embrace it.

For more information visit the Jisc website.

Direct download: How_Blackburn_College_is_using_Twitter.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:27pm UTC

Hear about our open access good practice pathfinder projects including the latest developments in other Jisc open access (OA) services and projects.

The pathfinder projects are blazing trails in the creation of shareable models of good practice that you can take away and use to enable better OA implementation within your own institution.

 

Direct download: Sarah_Fahmy_MP3_Final.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:51am UTC

Inspired by Jisc’s change agents' network, a number of universities have come together to form the London Digital Student Meet-Up, an event that brings together students and staff to work together across institutions. Moira Wright, digital literacy officer at University College London, and one of the meet-up founders, discusses the learnings from the first event and what’s in store for the future. 

For more information visit the Jisc website.

Direct download: Bringing_students_and_staff_together.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:00am UTC

Our final connect more with Jisc event took place in London on 15 July, giving people from the south east the opportunity to hear from experts and try out innovative technologies, with plenty of time for networking. In this podcast we hear from delegates and Jisc colleagues about their experiences. 

For more information visit the Jisc website.

Direct download: Connect_more_with_Jisc_in_the_regions_-_live_from_London.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:52am UTC

Lisa Featherstone is a Jisc subject specialist advising on accessibility and inclusion. In this podcast, she offers her tips on using technology to create more flexible resources that can meet the needs of students with disabilities and learning impairments.

Read more on her blog at https://www.jisc.ac.uk/blog/how-can-you-make-resources-accessible-for-those-with-disabilities-13-jul-2015


Jisc was a sponsor of the Herald Higher Education Awards for its the Technology Innovation Excellence category, which recognise best practice in Scottish universities and colleges. Here, Jason Miles-Campbell, head of Jisc Scotland and Jisc Northern Ireland, looks at the shortlisted entries.

For more information, visit the Jisc website.

Direct download: Higher_education_in_Scotland_is_a_real_winner.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:42am UTC