A quick audio message to say thank you as we reach our fifth birthday as The Edtech Podcast! Plus, news on our summer break, new series planning for our return in the Autumn 2021, and, how you can get involved!
- ASU GSV Summit Series
- Blue chip
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- Broadband & wifi
- Cloud & LMS
- Coding, Making & digital Skills
- Data & Backend
- Early Years
- Edtech awards
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- Jisc Education 4.0 Series
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- Pearson Future Tech for Education Series
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- The Edge Series
- The Edtech Podcast Festival
- The Voctech Podcast
- Ufi mini-series on upskilling
- VR, AR & AI
- What Matters in Edtech GLOBAL Series
- What Matters in Edtech Series
Sophie Bailey and Dr Gerd Kortemeyer are talking about the concept of Social Linked Data otherwise known as SOLID. In the context of Higher Education, you’ll hear about students taking ownership of their data and having a learner identity that permeates their whole learning lives.
This episode is all about recruitment and admissions and looks at the complex nature of reaching, recruiting and retaining students in the age of COVID-19 and beyond.
The episode seeks to address the impact of radical digital transformation which has taken place in 2020 and where this leaves Higher Education going forward.
In this episode, we seek to explore how the student experience is being created and supported in 2020 at our Higher Education institutions. We are in conversation with leaders and students from across EMEA and the U.S.
This first episode in the second season of our “The Edge” series, supported by Salesforce.Org, is all about the campus reopening and how to best support both the institution and students during this time.
The Edge: Accelerating Higher Education, is the second season from The Edtech Podcast, supported by Salesforce.org, and exploring the intersection of higher education and digital transformation.
In this final episode of our ‘The Edge: Innovation and Intelligence Imperative’ series, we celebrate “Change-Makers in Higher Ed”, speaking to three leaders who have worked to implement new ways of doing things in their own University communities.
In this episode we pick apart University and Industry, exploring learning economics in an age of perpetual upskilling, the unique strengths of University and Industry respectively, and to what extent established Universities are limited by how they can evolve through regulation and red tape.
This week, we are talking about all things student experience. In an effort to dispel the myth of the “traditional student’ we talk to a range of guests about how Universities are adapting to diverse student needs, what support systems should not be taken for granted, and the dual role of tutor and technology in helping students to achieve.