EduApps – Portable applications in your pocket

Back in September 2008 we launched AccessApps, an initiative developed by the Scottish JISC Regional Support Centres in cooperation with JISC TechDis. This consisted of over 50 open source and freeware assistive technology applications which can be entirely used from a USB stick on a Windows computer as known as portable software. The huge advantage […]

The week in Higher Education (Week 37)

Universities have allowed themselves to become the casual … Times Online – UK That country, she said, invested 2.9% of its national product in higher education, compared with Britain’s paltry 1.1%. Universities therefore had to stop … See all stories on this topic Higher, busier, costlier … a business motto for 2012 Times Online – […]

The week in Higher Education (Week 36)

Not philistine, just practical – UK It’s certainly true that the expansion of the higher education system since the 1950s has resulted in wider access to a university education. … See all stories on this topic Academia and the NHS – bridging the gap Health Service Journal – London,UK The initiative and funds for […]

A morning’s learning: Google Alert -> EdTechie -> [HE2.0 -> SocialLearn] & [Ads fund HE -> Visual Gadgets]

Jan 18 / IMG_6351 Originally uploaded by tavopp As I start to write this it is now 9.05am and I’ve been in work since 8.10am. After 10 minutes tidying paper away and trying to get my laptop to dock properly a couple of notifications came in from my Gmail account. Since starting at the RSC […]