From consumers to creators: developing learner autonomy using Microsoft Teams

Authors: Andrew Sprake, Lecturer & Jess Macbeth, Senior Lecturer in the School of Sport & Health Sciences at UCLan  Challenge This blog reflects on two specific examples of how Microsoft Teams helped to address three common challenges in higher education: Developing learner autonomy Facilitating effective group collaboration Developing students’ digital skills in Read more…

Val’s roving reports – Capturing hearts and minds: engaging baby boomers

Author:  Val Lawrenson, SFHEA Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching valawreson@uclan.ac.uk   As a person of a certain age I believe I’ve earned the right to say, “I know where you’re coming from”, “I get it”, “me too”.  The last 3 decades has seen extraordinary developments in technology. Party line phones have been replaced with watches that have the capacity to monitor activity levels Read more…