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JISC (2011) Emerging Practice in a Digital Age: Text-only version

Emerging Practice in a Digital Age
A guide to technology-enhanced institutional innovation
JISC supports UK further and higher education and research by providing leadership in the use of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in support of learning, teaching, research and administration. JISC receives funding from all the UK further and higher education funding councils.

The aim of the JISC e-Learning programme is to enable UK further and higher education to create a better learning environment for all learners, wherever and however they study. Its vision is of a world where learners, teachers, researchers and wider institutional stakeholders use technology to enhance the overall educational experience by improving flexibility and creativity and by encouraging comprehensive and diverse personal high-quality learning, teaching and research. www.jisc.ac.uk/elearningprogramme

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JISC (2011) Emerging Practice in a Digital Age: Text-only version

Disclaimer
Please note that the content of this publication includes the findings of recent JISC funded studies and the outcomes of institutionally based initiatives and is not necessarily indicative of JISC policy. References to products, websites and other resources are for guidance only and do not constitute an endorsement of such resources. The contributors and JISC can accept no liability for loss or damage arising from reliance on any advice provided in this publication.

Copyright
These works have been issued under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 2.0 UK: England and Wales licence. The copyright of this publication is held by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) on behalf of JISC.

© HEFCE, 2011.
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“In times of economic uncertainty, challenge and change, innovation is needed more than ever, but it can also seem harder than ever to actually sustain the process.” Anne Miller, Director, The Creativity Partnership.

Contents
Emerging Practice in a Digital Age .......................................................................... 1 Contents ............................................................................................................... 2 Introduction .......................................................................................................... 3 Changing landscape............................................................................................. 4 Exploring emerging practice ................................................................................. 9 Emerging practice .............................................................................................. 11 Working in partnership with students.................................................................. 18 Developing students’ employability potential ...................................................... 26 Preparing for the future ...................................................................................... 38 Moving forward: from innovation to embedded practice ..................................... 47 Embedding technology – enhancing practice ..................................................... 50 What is on the...
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