Looking for ways to improve curriculum design, management and delivery? Need ideas on adjusting your teaching to meet specific learning needs? Or maybe you're looking for ways to improve quality, planning and performance as an organisation?
Whatever area of improvement you’re looking into, read the case studies here on good e-practice taking place by learning providers across England.
Whether you're a college provider, adult and community learning provider, work-based learning provider or an offender learning provider, these exclusive case studies will help to inspire and inform your ideas.
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You can find the latest case studies listed below. Alternatively, you can search all case studies and filter by region, provider audience and topic to find examples most relevant to you.
All case studies published here have been produced by the JISC regional support centres (RSC) on behalf of the Excellence Gateway.
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Students at Weston College are benefitting from a unique opportunity to run their own IT helpdesk within the library, providing assistance for students and staff on IT related issues.
Last updated: 07/05/13
League Football Education: Tackling the Football Apprenticeship Programme online through Moodle
Faced with the challenging task of organising education for football apprentices across 74 English Football League clubs, League Football Education (LFE) has implemented Moodle as a key part of its ...
Last updated: 03/05/13