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The ILT e-learning Strategy of the Adult Education College Bexley 2012. Ownership of the Strategy. One person to steer it through and hit the deadline Use previous Strategy as a starting point Keep to the deadline Consult widely and work collaboratively

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The ilt e learning strategy of the adult education college bexley 2012

The ILT e-learning Strategyof the Adult Education College Bexley2012


Ownership of the strategy

Ownership of the Strategy

  • One person to steer it through and hit the deadline

  • Use previous Strategy as a starting point

  • Keep to the deadline

  • Consult widely and work collaboratively

  • Groundwork assigned to one particular team

  • Make the document easy to understand, easy to navigate

  • Get updates from various College meetings

  • Get support from above!


From strategy to practice

From strategy to practice


Last full inspection

Last full inspection


But we saw improvement

But we saw improvement!

Overall feedback from April 2011 monitoring visit:

  • Use of information and learning technology (ILT) in the classroom is increasing and inspectors saw good examples where it was integrated well into lessons.

  • The use of ILT in the classroom as a tool to enhance learning has increased. Interactive whiteboards are used widely and positive feedback is received from learners on their use.


External help reference

External help & reference

  • Firstly, where are we now

  • JISC, The e-Progress Review (EPR) wasan effective way of assessing current perceptions of how technology is developing in our College - interesting to see answers from the few who filled it in!

  • Plus research and publications such as ‘Delivering the Promise’ Bob Powell


Feedback regarding use of ilt

Feedback regarding use of ILT


Make use of the various tools

Make use of the various tools


Linked in to other strategies

Linked in to other strategies


Step 1 a vision started the collaborative process

(Step 1) A vision started the collaborative process


Step 2 the structure of our strategy

(Step 2) The structure of our Strategy


Step 3 progress documented

(Step 3) Progress documented


Step 4 detail the responsibilities

(Step 4) Detail the responsibilities

  • Governors

  • Strategic management team

  • Curriculum managers

  • Technical Department

  • Management Information Systems MIS Officers

  • College teams and meetings

  • Tutors


Step 5 impact and progress

(Step 5) – Impact and progress


The ilt e learning strategy of the adult education college bexley 2012

Our general progress

  • External funding

  • E-Guides: continued development of a group of staff prepared to be identified as an E-guides team. Issues.

  • “Highly commended” E-guide awards – tremendous boost

  • Staff training& development: increased expertise, up to date and targeted training materials

  • The Virtual Learning Environment

  • Internal goodwill & support

  • External support and networking: practical advice from (JISC RSC London)

  • Framework to review, Strategy and Action Plan


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