Beyond the technology: The education 4.0 podcast

In this podcast we'll hear from members about how they are implementing Education 4.0 technologies including their challenges, successes, and where they had to re-assess.

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episode 11: What can the UK learn from the rest of the world? Education 4.0 with the University of Bath

This week our guest is Dr Chris Bonfield, a technology-enhanced learning manager from the . Chris is a once medical medieval historian-turned future gazer, who’s research explores around the globe. Chris’s experience gives him a unique...



episode 10: Coleg Menai - How to teach with virtual reality

In this podcast we hear from members sharing their journeys to realising Education 4.0. This week we chat to Daniel Dybowski Bryant, an English language and Virtual Reality Lecturer (and all-round ideas person) from Coleg Menai. Daniel uses virtual...



episode 9: Barnet and Southgate College - Assessing students online

This week we chat to Luke Rudderham-Cozier, a learning technologist from Barnet and Southgate College, all about online assessment. During lockdown, Luke worked closely with his team to successfully coordinate 17 A level exams over Microsoft...


 2020-09-08  21m

episode 8: Canterbury Christ Church University - Ensuring inclusivity in education

This week, we chat with Professor Helen James, deputy vice chancellor at Canterbury Christ Church University, about her work around inclusivity, in particular for women in STEM. We also talk about how the university has coped with the pandemic during...


 2020-08-20  42m

episode 7: University of Lincoln - Using games to engage students

This week we are joined by Dr Chris Headleand who is director of teaching and learning for the school of computer science at The University of Lincoln. We chat with Chris about the power of games to engage with and teach students, looking into the...


 2020-08-06  30m

episode 6: Bradford College - Keeping students connected during 'the new normal'

This week we are joined by Seima Mahmood who is an ESOL Lecturer at Bradford College. Over the course of lockdown Seima and her ESOL students have built an online portal which showcases their experience during lockdown, providing a space for them to...


 2020-07-23  27m

episode 5: University of Highlands and Islands - responding to COVID-19

In this episode we chatted with Keith Smyth, professor of pedagogy at University of the Highlands and Islands, about how the pandemic has raised awareness about the importance of accessibility, how it has shown more is possible with offering a...


 2020-06-11  28m

episode 4: University of York - responding to COVID-19

We chatted with Anthony Sinnott, Access and procurement development manager at the University of York, about the logistics of libraries in lockdown, providing access to information during this time, and the positive qualities that have come from the...


 2020-06-04  27m

episode 3: 3. Students view - responding to COVID-19

This week we get a student's view on the response to COVID-19, we were joined by Owen Barlow, final year student and student fellow specialising in wellbeing and the curriculum at the University of Bristol. We chat with Owen about how universities can...


 2020-05-28  28m

2. University of Gibraltar - responding to COVID-19

Listen to the latest news, thought and guidance from Jisc - the UK's expert on digital technologies for education and research.


 2020-05-19  17m