Welcome to RSC East Midlands
"Insight" workshop days
Get hands-on with learning technologies at either of our face-to-face workshop days - Leicester (25th June) or Nottingham (26th June)
BYOD toolkit & resources
Check out the new Jisc Legal "Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD) toolkit and explore the bank of resources from our "BYOD: network and infrastructure" event
10 online webinars 19th - 21st June with good practice from around the region and specially invited guest speakers
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E-learning case studies
Find e-learning case studies from learning providers across the region and get in touch with us to share your own good e-practice
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.
Insight 2013 - workshop descriptions now available
Our summer conference this year, "Insight 2013" (#RSCinsight), is a mixed delivery model of staff development and networking, using Flipped Learning techniques, as we put into practice what we preach.
There are 10 live online webinars over three days from 19th to 21st June, followed by the opportunity to attend a face-to-face workshop at either Stamford Court, University of Leicester (25th June) or EMFEC in Nottingham (26th June).
Face-to-face workshop descriptions are now available via this Google Doc.
- 1) Insight into Flipped Learning 19 Jun 2013 A look at how “Flipped Learning” can be used to actively engage learners, optimise the use of contact time and produce cost savings for delivering training/CPD.
- 2) Insight into online video conferencing and streaming 19 Jun 2013 This 45-minute online session will introduce you to the options available for you so you can collaborate online using live video and conferencing tools in meetings and classrooms, or alternatively video stream your sessions and events out live to an online audience.
- 3) Insight into planning your curriculum 19 Jun 2013 This session aims to highlight how effective curriculum planning can raise success rates and create significant efficiencies while improving learner voice and employer relationships.
- 4) Insight into creating simple apps 20 Jun 2013 WIDGaT is a code-free educational widget creation tool. This open source toolkit supports the creation of widgets to enhance learning for disabled students, but is actually a mainstream tool that can benefit any student.