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Technology Foundations for Twenty-First Century Higher Education

  • 28 March 2024
  • By Mary Curnock Cook
  • HEPI number 172

This collection of essays, edited by Mary Curnock Cook CBE and sponsored by LearningMate, brings together leading Edtech voices to explain how technology is already improving higher education and how much more it could potentially do to transform the student experience for the better.

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  1. Jed Keenan says:

    There is a missing aspect, in fact many missing aspects to this edition of the HEPI Report. The integration of everything, a done once and done forever digital transformation, being ‘sine qua non’. The others are the optimal operation of the VLE (LMS), which is more than just ‘organising courses, delivering content, facilitating online discussions and tracking grades’, and fullest application and teaching of behavioural engagement data captured via the VLE and presented in dashboards to senior managers, course leaders, and to student themselves so that they can make data-driven decisions about their own levels of engagement.

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