Learning Technology self-assessment tools are OK…

…but it rather depends on who’s ‘ticking the boxes’.

It’s well known that the majority of colleges and independent learning providers are not yet realising the benefits of technology to deliver courses online, or to ‘manage’ learners such as apprentices. This despite evidence that the learning technology available today has already been proven by hundreds of organisations to reduce costs, enhance quality, engage learners and employers and in the case of apprenticeships, put the control back in the hands of management. [Read more…]

Incentive8 Podcast: When is an eLearning Adviser not an eLearning Adviser?

We propose to publish a series of podcasts on the use of technology in the FE & Skills education sector, technology that is fit for the 21st century.

Correction – Fit for the year 2016 – back in the year 2000, most of the technology that we use in everyday life was unheard of.

You can also follow The Incentive8 Podcast on Spreaker and Soundcloud.
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Doing more for less in FE and Skills

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During a week of disturbing headlines for education, the article Public Accounts Committee to look at FE ‘financial meltdown’ caught my eye, relating as it does to the ongoing saga of FE college finances. Including a reference to the report by the National Audit Office (NAO), which in July stated that the ‘financial health of the FE college sector had been in decline with 110 colleges recording an operating deficit in 2013/14.’   Well clearly the circumstances won’t have improved much since then.  [Read more…]