The Jisc Podcast

There is a reality in many institutions where both students and tutors are frustrated by slow, paper-based assessment and feedback processes. Digital technologies can offer much improvement but institutions are still finding there are a lot of barriers to overcome, particularly when it comes to electronic management of assessment, or EMA.

So why are the opportunities being missed?

Join our free EMA webinar on Weds 19th November 2014 by signing up at https://www.eventsforce.net/jisc/frontend/reg/thome.csp?pageID=103460&eventID=361&eventID=361

Or visit the EMA blog at http://ema.jiscinvolve.org

Read a transcript of this podcast at http://www.jisc.ac.uk/blog/why-is-ema-still-achieving-mediocre-marks-07-nov-2014

Direct download: Why_is_EMA_still_achieving_mediocre_marks.mp3
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The publication of the FELTAG report and the government response to FELTAG - which was looking to find how we can best support the further education sector with the evolution of new technologies, for the benefit of learners, employers and the UK economy - has been met with a lot of enthusiasm. But there has also been some confusion. Here we look to identify the next steps for institutions.

Find a text version of this podcast and links to the mentioned reports and publications at http://www.jisc.ac.uk/blog/how-we-are-supporting-you-through-the-feltag-recommendations-03-nov-2014

Direct download: how_we_are_supporting_you_through_the_FELTAG_recommendations.mp3
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Digital collections are not always as discoverable as they could be through the channels and devices most commonly accessed by users. Karen Colborn, digital content manager at Jisc, discusses some of the challenges in making resources more discoverable and offers a few top tips.

Direct download: jiscpodcast1-discoveringdigitalcollections.mp3
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