Over the last three years, we have seen digital technology weave itself into the rich tapestry of higher education in a way never seen before, but where there is opportunity there is always a level of trepidation – particularly when it comes to the importance of student collaboration. At Kortext, we often hear concerns that
Kortext is excited to announce that we’ll be attending the Learning Technologies Conference & Exhibition from 4th – 5th May, taking place at ExCeL London, where we’ll be talking digital content, protecting intellectual property and how Kortext can deliver to the needs of the global corporate training community. So, what’s Learning Technologies all about? Learning
It comes as no secret nor surprise that we’re in the midst of an environmental and ecological crisis. Our air is more polluted than it should be, babies are being born full of microplastics and we are having incredible trouble dealing with our waste.
Regardless of how you’re looking at education, it’s plain to see there has been an enormous shift in the last 18 months. This shift hasn’t been a bad thing – the academic sector has been catapulted into the future by the pandemic, but not everyone can keep up… nor do they want to. The recently
Last month, we introduced ‘An Audience With…’, it’s a variety of videos and interviews based upon the future of teaching and learning. We began our series with educational pioneer and former Vice Chancellor of University of Edinburgh, Sir Tim O’Shea, and following on from him was Dr David Kellermann; digital teaching and learning advocate and senior lecturer at UNSW.
It’s almost a year since the rapid response to the pandemic shifted all education to online learning, and there’s one topic that’s still being hotly debated, and that’s the controversial question of… “Cameras on or off?” There are arguments on either side from both educators and students, but what difference does it actually make? Quite