Welcome to Jisc RSC South East
SETS awards scheme
The South East Technology Showcase (SETS) is now open for submissions. Click to find out more...
Advent calendar 2013
Click the current day's icon to access online resources that can be embedded into your VLE or webpages...plus watch 'video of the day'.
Jisc Digital Festival
Registration is now open for Jisc’s Digital Festival taking place at the ICC in Birmingham on 11-12 March 2014.
Web conference toolkit
Access our new toolkit - everything you need to know to plan, deliver and follow up a web conferencing session.
Care to Share
Our e-learning case study resource is now available! Find over 300 popular case studies showing how providers just like you have used technology successfully in their organisation.
The JISC RSC South East is now part of a single unified website, along with the other 11 Regional Support Centres in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. This new website aims to provide a common route via a single URL to increase user access to the wealth of news, events, innovations and resources from all the RCSs whilst delivering the same dedicated local support for our providers in the South East.
Events RSC South East events feed
- Supporting Users in a Technical Environment 11 Dec 2013 The event will feature innovative approaches being taken to support students and staff within a Technical Environment.
- SMT Online – a livestreamed interview from Treloar College 20 Dec 2013 Please join us at 12 noon for an hour’s live discussion with John Stone (Principal), Jane Hayden (Head of Technology), Helen Cronshaw (Head of Learning Technology), Louise Harding (Learning Resources Co-ordinator) and Mike Loxley (Head of Assistive Technology), from Treloar College Technology Hub led by Artie Vossel-Newman from the Jisc RSC South East.
- Functional Skills event 06 Feb 2014 The Jisc RSC South East is delighted to announce our latest Functional Skills event to be run at North West Kent College’s popular SUSCON centre in Dartford on 6th February 2014. The day will feature: expert input from Carolyn Lewis; showcases of successful Functional Skills models; and input from RSC advisers.