Welcome to Jisc RSC East Midlands
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Book your place on these free webinars to find out more about applying FELTAG's recommendations to your learning provision.
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The Jisc Regional Support Centre for the East Midlands is one of 12 RSCs covering the UK. Our region covers providers based in the counties of Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire and Rutland.
Jisc RSCs work with more than 2,000 UK learning providers helping them to improve performance and efficiency through the use of technology.
We provide advice and support, share good practice and facilitate collaboration to help solve your everyday challenges and achieve your strategic objectives.
- LRC Forum - November 2014 04 Nov 2014 The focus of this term’s forum will be curriculum liaison.
- EMIS Meeting - November 2014 04 Nov 2014 A meeting for library/LRC staff in the East Midlands to facilitate discussion and collaboration on the development of information skills in the region.
- In Brief Webinar – Top 10 Tools for 10 percent (2 of 3) 04 Nov 2014 ‘I am enabled and empowered to use technology and online resources to support my learning’ has been added to Ofsted’s Learner View survey. This second In Brief session will offer practical tips, tools and strategies for addressing the challenges posed by this statement and the Government supported FELTAG recommendations for online learning
- Moodle User Group - November 2014 14 Nov 2014 Our forum this term will have a focus on sharing strategies and effective practice to move 10% of learning provision online in response to the FELTAG recommendations supported by BIS.
- Accessibility Forum - November 2014 14 Nov 2014 Our fora this term will have a focus on sharing strategies and effective practice to move 10% of learning provision online in response to the FELTAG recommendations supported by BIS.