NUS Charter on Technology in Higher Education
The NUS have produced a new Charter on Technology in Higher Education which follows on from their report into student perspectives on the use of ICT commissioned by the HEFCE Online Learning Taskforce (see previous post).
The Charter was presented by Emily-Ann Nash from the NUS at the Future of Technology in Education 2011 conference at University of London Senate House last Friday.
To my mind, the 10 principles set out in the Charter are uncontroversial although implementing them in full may not be straightforward. Having worked with various colleagues over the last few months developing a new E-learning Strategy for Loughborough, it is interesting to me that the 10 principles in the Charter map well onto our own document.