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In June, The Open University's production portal was named the winner of the Times Higher Leadership and Management Awards 2015 'Digital Innovation' category, sponsored by Jisc. Here, we speak to Glen Harding, solution architect on the project, about how the portal is making it easier to discover, manage and re-use audio/visual material.

Head to the Jisc website for more information. 

Direct download: The_Open_Universitys_award-winning_production_portal.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:00pm UTC

Jisc has been touring the UK this summer with our connect more events, which offer people in education and research a chance to learn about best practice, network with peers and get hands-on with the latest technolgies. Matthew Ewens, community engagement officer, Jisc, reports from Bristol, speaking to colleagues and other delegates about their experiences.

To find out more visit the Jisc website.

 

Direct download: Connect_more_with_Jisc_in_the_regions_-_Live_from_Bristol.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:21am UTC

James Kieft, learning technologies manager at Reading College, talks to us about how the college is using web-based apps and social media to engage students and equip them with employability skills. He also offers some top tips for enhancing the student digital experience.

 

Visit the Jisc website to find out more.

Direct download: Digital_student_experience_at_Reading_College.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:16am UTC

Andrew Cormack, chief regulatory advisor, was recently awarded the Vietsch foundation medal of honour for his role in advancing trust and security within the European research and education sector. Here he tells us everything he has learnt from 20 years experience in incident response. Read the blog post here.

Direct download: Andrew_Cormack_incident_response_Final.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:08am UTC

In this podcast Helen Beetham, co-leader of the digital student project discusses the increasing importance of digital capabilities and digital wellbeing, and the challenges that these pose to universities and colleges. Read the original blog post.

Direct download: Thriving_in_a_digital_age.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:48pm UTC

Here Will Allen, head of Jisc North, is at the Jisc Connect More event in Leeds. The event offers delegates from aross the education sector, the chance to come together to find out about the latest technology and how it can be used in education. Listen to the latest Jisc podcast.

Direct download: connect_more-_leeds_podcast.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:54pm UTC

Owen White describes the four winning projects of the Technology startup category of this year's Summer of Student Innovation competition.

Direct download: Technology_startup_winners_announced.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:59am UTC

This week, Eric Stoller, student affairs and technology blogger for Inside Higher Ed, returns for his second guest podcast and blog on how effective use of social media can improve the student experience. Read the original blog post.

Direct download: Enhancing_student_services_with_digital_engagement.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:06pm UTC

Welcome to the latest Jisc podcast. Jisc is helping to support the e-assessment advisory group (EAAG) in reflecting on current practice and processes relating to e-assessment. Here Nigel Ecclesfield, head of change implementation support programmes – FE and skills, talks about the survey, who should get involved, and how.

 

Visit the Jisc website for more information.

Direct download: Come_join_the_e-assessment_survey.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:19pm UTC

For the first time this summer, students with print-impairments will be able to sit digital examsAlistair McNaught, subject specialist, talks about the changes and what learners and organisations need to do to take advantage. Read the original blog post.

 

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Direct download: Take_advantage_of_digital_exam_formats_for_print-impaired_learners.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:40am UTC