Creating a post-Covid 19 EdTech strategy

Over the course of the next few months, we are carrying out research into colleges’ current capacity to enable high-quality distance learning with support from Ufi VocTech Trust. Findings from the research will be used to create a post-Covid EdTech strategy for the college sector that leaves no learner behind. The research will result in a series of articles, published in June 2020, providing provocations, solutions, and recommendation to the government on the biggest challenges faced when implementing and delivering digital teaching, learning, and assessment. We will also be running a series of webinars that will compliment the articles.

Launch press release.

To register for the webinars, please click here.

The final webinar in the series is:

Wednesday 15 July – 2pm
Digital accessibility including the new legislation – Alistair McNaught
The key policy asks – David Corke, Policy Director, Association of Colleges

To book onto this one hour webinar, please click here.

Recordings and presentations from the previous webinars are below.

Wednesday 20 May – 2pm
Investment and Infrastructure – Association of Colleges and Jisc (Recording - 20.05.20)

 

Wednesday 3 June – 2pm

Vision and Leadership / Basic Skills - Recording - 03.06.20


Basic Digital Skills – Basingstoke College of Technology and Century Tech

 

Wednesday 10 June – 2pm

Safeguarding / Wellbeing - Recording - 10.06.20



 

Wednesday 17 June – 2pm

Assistive Technology / Accessibility - Recording - 17.06.20



 

Wednesday 24 June – 2pm

Collegial approach / Creating a digital governance culture - Recording - 24.06.20



Wednesday 1 July – 2pm

Delivering high quality teaching, learning and assessment / Learning Spaces and Communities - Recording - 01.07.20



Wednesday 8 July – 2pm
Keeping college IT networks secure / From pandemic to possibility: Can digitalisation help internationalisation?  - Recording - 08.07.20



Funded by Ufi Trust