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On 26 Jan 2016 Jisc welcomed customers to their annual stakeholder forum. Hear what their customers thought of their recent work with education and research providers and what their current concerns are for the coming year.

Direct download: Stakeholder_forum_podcast_-_02_02_2016_11.21.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 2:13pm UTC

This month Jisc launched a call to find the 50 most influential FE & skills professionals in the UK on social media. Tom Mitchell, group social media manager, talks about the initiative - which will recognise those individuals who are using social media in a way that benefits and adds value to teaching and learning.

Nominate yourself or someone you know at https://www.jisc.ac.uk/blog/are-you-flying-high-in-social-media-for-uk-further-education-and-skills-05-jan-2016, and join in the discussion using the hashtag #jisc50social.

Direct download: Are_you_flying_high_in_social_media_for_UK_further_education_and_skills.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:17pm UTC

Earlier this year, Dave Webster from the University of Gloucestershire was named as one of Jisc's 50 most influential social media users in UK higher education. In this podcast he shares some of his learnings about how the university's Religion, Philosophy and Ethics progamme has been using social media to engage students. 

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Pat, who develops bespoke digital solutions for educators and researchers through his company Pgogy Webstuff, shares his thoughts on how social media has affected edtech development and explains the contributions independent developers are making across the sector.

Direct download: Pat_Lockley.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:54am UTC

Jisc supports the Natspec Technology Advisory Group (TAG), which aims to promote the use of digital technologies for learners with learning difficulties.

The group has recently published some case studies highlighting how technology can promote and enable independence for students with more complex needs. Treloar College was one of those highlighted for excellent practice. We speak to Jane Haydn and Helen Cronshaw from the college to find out more.

Direct download: Treloar_College_on_supporting_student_assessment_and_feedback.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:31am UTC

Paul Bailey, Jisc senior co-design manager, explains how the workshop, which was attended by representatives of 30 organisations from 12 European countries, identified opportunities to collaborate and share resources to meet shared goals of increasing student engagement and supporting innovation.

Direct download: Jisc_at_OEB_-_sharing_knowledge_across_Europe.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:12pm UTC

The area reviews are set to transform the delivery of further education in England. Sue Attewell, head of change – FE and skills, discusses the vital role of technology in achieving this transformation, and how Jisc is there to support you. 


The Future of Cloud Computing think tank, part of Jisc’s Horizon Scan project, was held at London’s Digital Catapult Centre. The event saw CIOs and IT directors from UK education and research institutions sit down for wide-ranging discussions with the biggest names in cloud computing including Google, Microsoft, Amazon and Atos. In this podcast, discover how Jisc is playing an important role in finding solutions to contractual and technological challenges and opening the door wider to this transformational technology. 


Sue Attewell is our head of change, FE and skills. In the first of two podcasts, she discusses how technology can help colleges meet the requirement to do more with less money.

Direct download: Securing_financial_sustainability_and_quality_in_FE_and_skills.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:45am UTC

The University of Manchester is taking a unique approach to prescription training for its medical students, using a bespoke augmented reality app to support the learning process. Lead for prescribing, senior clinical lecturer at Manchester Medical School, and GP, Dr Kurt Wilson - who also sits of the national assessment board for the Prescribing Safety Assessment - and senior innovation developer at Jisc, Matt Ramirez, talk about the solution they’ve developed, and how it’s enhancing learning and teaching.

Direct download: Augmented_reality_enhances_learning_at_Manchester_School_of_Medicine.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:26pm UTC