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FELTAG SIG at ALT-C 2015 #altc

James Clay
September 09, 2015

FELTAG SIG at ALT-C 2015 #altc

This session is led by the members of the FELTAG Special Interest Group. Come along to find out more about what the group is up to, how to join if you are interested in getting involved and what’s coming up in the next year. Everybody welcome.
To find out more about the Special Interest Group visit the homepage for the FELTAG Special Interest Group http://go.alt.ac.uk/FELTAGSIG

James Clay

September 09, 2015

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  3. What is FELTAG?
    FELTAG is a major project in the FE and Adult Skills
    sector aimed at a new approach to developing e-
    learning and the role of technology generally in
    supporting education. Rather than a series of
    imperatives, it seeks to remove barriers to natural
    progression meaning FELTAG affects every training
    organisation who can now progress, not through new
    funding but by the removal of impediments.

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  4. What is the SIG?
    This Group proposes to provide a means of discussing
    the major challenges and areas for change that comes
    with the removal of barriers. It will explore the role of
    students and their teachers as change agents and their
    managers as enablers, as well as the development of
    curriculum models and methods of delivery in terms of
    format, time and place. It will do this through
    discussion, and sharing ideas and resources.

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  5. Who is it for?
    This SIG is open to all those interested in promoting the
    themes of FELTAG movement and wanting to share ideas
    relevant to it. The SIG will discuss its work more widely
    through a FELTAGSIG Jiscmail list, periodic face-to-face
    meetings and webinars as appropriate.

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  6. What do you mean?
    For practitioners

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  7. How?
    e-mail (Jiscmail)

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  8. Removing barriers
    Remove barriers
    Remove blockages
    Remove excuses
    Support change
    Support learners

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  9. Why?

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  10. Get involved....
    The best way to get involved is to sign up to the
    [email protected] mailing list.

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