Federated Access Management

Federated access management allows staff and students to access a variety of resources using their institutional username and password. Responsibility for authentication is devolved to the user’s home institution. Benefits include a move towards the use of a single username and password for access to multiple internal and external resources (e.g. subscribed library resources, an Continue Reading

e-Learning Accessibility and Inclusion

Supporting your Role You can change the visual preferences of this page by selecting this link. To listen to an audio transcript select the play (arrow) button below. Welcome to the e-Learning Accessibility and Inclusion section, dedicated to promoting accessibility and inclusion in all aspects of e-Learning. Making learning accessible and inclusive is something we Continue Reading

Learning Space Design

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The e-Olympics

What’s the e-Olympics?The e-Olympics is an integrated online-learning training program developed by the JISC Regional Support Centre for Scotland North and East. Aimed at front-line lecturing staff of further or higher education subjects, the programme is designed to guide participants through the stages involved in planning, constructing, resourcing and delivering a learning sequence in their Continue Reading

Technical Support

A major element in the RSC’s work is the provision of technical advice and support to colleges, about both their present operational issues and about technical developments which might affect them in the future. Whether users are concerned about general issues such as network security and authentication, or more specific queries about particular software problems, Continue Reading

RSC Publications

Alternative Formats If you require any of our publications in an alternative format please let us know. The following formats are currently offered and supported by RSC Scotland North & East: Digital Talking Book in DAISY format MP 3 format with synthesised voice Large Print Plain Text Braille Several of these formats require the use Continue Reading

The Smarter Greener Learning

The Smarter Greener Learning Conference brought the latest strategic thinking and practical advice to managers in colleges and universities to help them accelerate their implementation of sustainable business practices. The Smarter Greener Learning Conference: informed management decision-making by developing an understanding of resource and energy use across the institution disseminated findings from the JISC SUSTE-IT Continue Reading

RSC Blogs

Accessibility & Inclusion Blog The Accessibility and Inclusion blog is for staff in FE and HE who have an interest in accessibility and inclusion in elearning. As well as up-to-date news of what’s happening in assistive technology relevant to the sector, the blog has some great resources, such as downloads, videos and SlideShare presentations to Continue Reading

e-Assessment

Traditional methods of assessment in colleges and universities are set to change, with advances in technology increasing the ways in which a student’s progress can be observed. Your RSC will support you by providing an overview of current initiatives in the area and keeping you informed of forthcoming e-Assessment events and workshops. Our specific task Continue Reading

RSC’s Services Description

RSC Services are delivered to meet the needs of the region, based on a common core of services defined by the respective funding body (LSC, SFEFC, ELWa or DEL respectively for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) These descriptions of RSC services function as a commentary to the RSC core remit and performance standards statements, Continue Reading