South Staffordshire College Embraces E-learning Technology in Digital Future

From the Association of Colleges West Midlands blog, they have announced the expansion of eLearning programmes across South Staffordshire College. They started a pilot in 2011 and used grant funding to purchase equipment including video camcorder and iPod Touch devices. They are looking to extend the programmes and technologies to network with learners and teachers across other local institutions.

Stephen Wileman, E-Learning Manager at South Staffordshire College says the integration of technology within teaching is constantly evolving.

“E-learning projects like these also provide students with the opportunity to understand and appreciate the value of integrated and advancing technology and involve themselves in discussions on how best to develop key skills that are directed towards their own sector specific careers.

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2 thoughts on “South Staffordshire College Embraces E-learning Technology in Digital Future

  1. An essential direction to take. The outlay on equipment should be gradual, though, so that it can evolve with innovations. The technology of five years ago is already outdated in many ways.

  2. Hi – sorry for the delayed reply I’ve been away for a few days, yes I like your point about evolving with innovations and it does get outdated very quickly alongside changes in policies and business needs

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