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Enhancing learning and teaching through technology: a policy view. Heather Fry, Head of Learning and Teaching. ‘In dreams begins responsibility’ – choice, evidence, and change ALT-C, Manchester, XX September 2009. Investing in learning technology. JISC Higher Education Academy

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Enhancing learning and teaching through technology a policy view

Enhancing learning and teaching through technology: a policy view

Heather Fry, Head of Learning and Teaching

‘In dreams begins responsibility’ – choice, evidence, and change

ALT-C, Manchester, XX September 2009


Investing in learning technology

Investing in learning technology

  • JISC

  • Higher Education Academy

  • Learning, teaching and assessment strategies

  • Capital funding

  • Open Educational Resources programme


Enhancing learning and teaching through the use of technology 2009 12

Enhancing learning and teaching through the use of technology (2009/12)

‘Our emphasis is on recognising that technology has a fundamental part to play in HE, but that institutional contexts and strategies are key, with the implication that institutions need to consider how to invest block grant appropriately.’


Open educational resources

Open Educational Resources

  • £5.7 million capital investment

  • Supporting 29 projects

  • 3 levels

    • 7 Institutional projects

    • 14 Subject centre led projects

    • 8 Individual projects


Ukhe as a world leader in online learning

UKHE as a world leader in online learning

  • The UK is arguably already world leading – need to maintain that

  • Accessing new markets internationally

  • Supporting and growing brand UKHE

  • Increase access

  • Improve skills


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