Informed Scotland – April 2014 issue published

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April saw a good spread of learning and skills activity across subjects and sectors; but there was one dominating topic: digital participation.

Major reports were published: the Scottish Government’s National Framework for Local Action; the UK Government’s Digital Inclusion Strategy and Charter; the final report of the Royal Society of Edinburgh’s spreading the benefits inquiry; and Carnegie UK Trust’s Making Digital Real case studies. Plus many innovative projects aiming to improve and make better use of digital skills, such as the Inspiring Digital Enterprise Award, IDEA and EE’s National Techy Tea Party Day.

Don’t forget to have a look at our new guest blog series featuring Informed Scotland subscribers writing on the theme Making connections across the learning & skills landscape. Many thanks to Joe Wilson of the SQA for providing the second article unravelling the mysteries of open education.

A subscriber commented: ‘This is such a useful document for my team – we have a development planning day coming up and the document provides some really useful information for the kind of partnership work we want to focus on.

Find out how you and your team could benefit. Become an Informed Scotland subscriber to keep on top of all the developments. Email [email protected] to request a sample copy.

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