In the past few years the use of digital technology in the classroom has become the norm.
There is now an entire generation of students who don’t remember not having a smartphone or tablet computer.
Each technological change brought to Higher Education brings with it a ripple effect of culture changes that will have a lasting effect on how we teach our young adults.
It’s always essential to keep in mind any potential drawbacks to integrating something new into an environment, but it’s possible to find that the advantages make it well worth it.
The rapid rise of digital technologies is changing our daily lives in more ways than we could ever have imagined.
Better use of data offers opportunities for collaboration, insight and shared learning on a large scale, all of which make it especially attractive to organisations in the education sector wanting to connect with students at their convenience and, increasingly, to do so globally.
They say you never stop learning. In Wales, they’re really taking the old adage to heart, with a state-of-the-art addition to the Cardiff and Vale College