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Tshwane University of Technology – Delivering continuous learning experiences on and off campus

Students want the flexibility of a digital learning environment. This is the future. Dr. Dhaya Naidoo, Chief Information Officer, Tshwane University of Technology Challenge Consistent Learning Experiences Online And Inside...

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The West Bridgford School – Maintaining learning during the COVID-19 crisis

In the spring of 2020, schools in the UK transitioned to distance learning as the COVID-19 pandemic forced full or partial building closures and confined students to home. For West Bridgford School (WBS), rapidly adjusting to the change meant expanding its existing use of D2L’s Brightspace to deliver virtual classrooms, online assessments and interactive discussion forums. Since 2017 the high-performing school for students aged 11−18 has used Brightspace to extend learning beyond the classroom, delivering personalised and flexible student experiences. This foundation in online learning meant it was well placed to make a rapid and successful adjustment when the crisis hit.

Saint Stephen’s College – Using blended learning to ensure education is never offline

In 2010, Peter identified a challenge with Saint Stephen’s Computer Studies course. The course content itself wasn’t the issue, but rather that some teachers understood it at a broad level,...