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Best practice guidelines for embedding technology in family learning

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Posted by Jodie Crossley

Best practice guidelines for embedding technology in family learning.

The guidelines have been published by the Campaign for Learning, SCOLA (Sutton College), and NIACE, in association with Jisc RSC London, as part of a wider project funded by Jisc. They are aimed at supporting managers and heads of service in Family Learning or Adult and Community Learning. They will also be useful for anyone involved in the delivery of Family or Adult and Community Learning.

The guidelines clearly and concisely outline why the use of technology is vital for the Family Learning and wider Adult and Community Learning sector and provide guidance around five key areas that should be implemented to ensure effective use of technology in teaching and learning.
 

Resource Author(s): 
Campaign for Learning
SCOLA (Sutton College)
NIACE
Jisc RSC London
Publication Date:
Monday, 2 March, 2015
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