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We are pleased to announce that the ucisa Technology Enhanced Learning survey was awarded second place at the Association for Learning Technology Awards last night in the Research Project of the Year category. The survey and associated case studies are authored by members of ucisa's Digital Education Group. Congratulations to all involved.


Posted:  5 September 2019

This week’s WonkHE feature on no-deal Brexit planning in higher education includes an interview with Drew Cook, ucisa Chair and Director of ICT at the University of Lincoln.  The piece also cites the ucisa resource Approaches to Business Continuity in Universities.

Posted:  3 September 2019

Following her attendance at Business Analysis Europe, bursary winner, Rachel Drinkwater, reflects on the benefits of pre-empting the unintended consequences of projects and how to plan for these.

Posted:  20 August 2019

Approaches to Business Continuity in Universities is a concise guide for professional services staff and University Boards of Governors.


Constructed using interviews with eleven experienced professionals from across the sector, the publication looks at how to create a business continuity plan, how to test it and how to embed business continuity planning into your organisation. 

Posted:  15 August 2019

The ucisa Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) survey and case studies project has been shortlisted as a finalist in this year’s 2019 Association for Learning Technology (ALT) Research Project of the Year award. This is a great acknowledgement of the hard work of the team. The project, carried out by members of ucisa's Digital Education Group, has regularly reviewed the use of TEL within UK Higher Education for the last 18 years, providing a useful source of benchmarking for many within the sector.

All short-listed entries for the three ALT awards are put forward for the ALT Community Choice award, which is your opportunity to vote for your favourite. You’re encourage to vote for the ucisa team! The winners will be announced at the Conference Gala dinner on 4th September.

Posted:  5 August 2019

Karl Luke, formerly Business Change Officer at Cardiff University and 2018 bursary recipient, reflects on what he took away from ALT-C on learning technology change and how this prompted a change of career.


Posted:  29 July 2019

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