JISC RSC Scotland North & East
The JISC Regional Support Centre Scotland North & East provides advice and guidance on the use of ICT in education and acts as a gateway to JISC and its many services and initiatives.
On the Right Track,Volume IV of the ETNA Report is now available. This report, the latest in a series which spans 10 years, presents a window on how technology is used in colleges in Scotland.
Announcing MyStudyBar, the latest addition to the EduApps family; a dynamic floating toolbar that offers a range of carefully chosen applications to support literacy skills. Click here for more information and to download your copy of MyStudyBar now!
The Scottish Regional Support Centres have produced a series of online interactive presentations on a range of subjects. These short 20-minute sessions are free to attend and allow you to communicate directly with the presenters, tailoring the experience directly to your needs. More about RSCtv
Best of NewsFeed
Throughout the year just gone the two Scottish RSCs have sifted through the virtual highways and byeways to bring you the best and most interesting new technologies to add sparkle and value to teaching and learning, publishing them in our fortnightly RSC NewsFeed.
We thought we’d prepare this small but action-packed publication, which brings together some of the best and most interesting items which appeared in NewsFeed in 2009.
Have you discovered our latest blogs, MASHe and Learning Technologies yet?
Martin’s blog aims to highlight news, events, resources and all manner of other delights related to Higher Education. Don’t miss his practical advice on topics like using audio feedback or some of his more radical ideas including Twitter powered subtitles for BBC iPlayer. There’s something there for everyone!
Carol’s site focuses on new and emerging learning technologies for learning and teaching. You’ll find a host of useful resources and guides on the latest developments in the field. Make sure you check out her piece on the things you can do with the ‘humble memory stick’ and her take on converting video online. Stay ahead of the curve and subscribe to her blog today!