Learning Technologies Management
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The Learning Technologists @ Leeds network is a small group coordinated by SDDU to support colleagues with a common interest in developing or supporting learning technologies and platforms. Meeting approximately three times a year, the network provides an opportunity for staff to keep in touch with the work of colleagues in this field and to share and discuss new innovations and practices. The network offers an umbrella for technologists who may be working in a supporting role with a variety of job descriptions including:
Emerging Practice in a Digital Age explores how colleges and universities are embracing innovation and using emerging technologies to enhance learning in a climate of economic pressure, changing social circumstances and rapid technological change.
Enhancing teaching and learning through screencasts A case study showcasing how JISC Digital Media supported the Leeds College of Music to produce screencasts for students showcasing basic skills in using audio software so that the lecturer's time could be used to support more in-depth teaching on a one-to-one basis.
Open Source Freeware : 400+ free applications and utilities Extremely useful open source applications and utilities available free under various licenses.
The ICO publishes a wide range of leaflets, briefing notes, guides and training materials for both individuals and organisations. We also produce a selection of CDs and DVDs. All our publications are available free of charge. To receive copies by post, please select the items you would like from the list below and complete the online order form.
Over 2,000 tools for learning and working in education and the workplace Instructional Tools Tools for creating, delivering, managing and/or tracking learning and/or providing a formal social learning environment.
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The Learning for Living guidance documents are a collection of paper-based and web-based resources, some with DVDs including video footage for staff development, and CD-ROMs containing electronic versions of the guidance and training modules.
The BT Learning and Skills programme equips young people, and the people who teach and care for them, with the skills to get the most out of the world around them. Our educational resources and activities bring people together and help them to become better, more effective communicators, whatever their age.
It is one of Digital 20/20's defining characteristics that it works with partners across the full spectrum of education and skills provision from schools through to work based learning and adult and community learning, in order to influence policy, join up strategic thinking and support progressive initiatives that together will ensure a skilled labour market equipped to take advantage of the digital economy and citizens able to take advantage of new digital infrastructure. This work has evolved from the Digital and ICT Skills Action Plan for Yorkshire and Humber, branded Digital 2010, which was developed in 2005 and launched in 2006 to provide a dynamic framework for the successful and vigorous development of digital and ICT skills across the region. Digital 20/20's work in the education and skills arena is driven by an Operational Steering Group , made up of national and regional partners.