Will we grasp the opportunity mobile technology offers for universal access to learning experiences?
 

Following a competitive procurement exercise, Education Scotland have selected RM Education Ltd to continue to deliver Glow Authentication and Portal Services.

Interesting piece from The Tech Edvocate - does it fill you fear or inspire you to the opportunity which it presents?

A story from Julia Freeland Fisher in eSchool News that looks at the evolution of “a disruptive force that is increasingly changing how we teach and learn.”

Over the next few weeks we will be reviewing the Xerte Online Toolkit to determine if it meets our needs for developing our online learning modules.  

Welsh Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has announced that online assessments are set to replace paper for national reading and numeracy tests in Welsh schools.

The UCISA (the Universities and Colleges Information Systems Association) have recently published their 2016 survey looking at how educational technologies are being used in UK higher education, identifying the drivers and challenges behind the adoption of technology enhanced learning.

In their results, UCISA found the primary driver for the use of TEL in higher education remains, enhancing the quality of learning and teaching.  "Meeting student expectations" is again in second place whilst a new response, arising from a greater emphasis on the National Student Survey, “Improving student satisfaction” comes in as the third most common driver.