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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 Strategyof the Adult Education College Bexley2012


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


Last full inspection


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

  • 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


Make use of the various tools


Linked in to other strategies


(Step 1) A vision started the collaborative process


(Step 2) The structure of our Strategy


(Step 3) Progress documented


(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


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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