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…

Guest post – DigiLearn: UCLan Midwifery – preparing our students for the modern workplace

Author: Neesha Ridley – Senior Lecturer (School of Community Health and Midwifery) The Royal College of Nursing (2018) recognise the change in the role of the nurse and midwife over recent years. Within health care, data and technology has become central to the work of nurses and midwives, where most students and staff already document Read more…