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  • This summary report is on the topic of digital capability, teaching excellence and the effective use of technology enabled learning (TEL).
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    Subscriber Research Series 2016-17: Digital Capability and Teaching Excellence (summary report)

    Publication date:Oct-2016
    Category:Research and development
    Size:97KB

    Description

    ​In 2015-16, following a call for expressions of interest open to its subscribers, QAA commissioned two small-scale primary research projects intended to encourage collaboration between providers and promote the formation of communities of practice.

    This report is on the topic of digital capability, teaching excellence and the effective use of technology enabled learning (TEL). It was submitted to QAA by Dr Liz Austen, Helen J Parkin, Stella Jones-Devitt, Kieran McDonald and Brian Irwin of Sheffield Hallam University.

    The full version of this report is available here.

    Other reports from the series can be found in the published research section of the QAA website.