This paper discusses recent developments in technology enhanced learning (TEL) across the UK higher education (HE) sector and considers the extent to which innovative practices have been able to flourish. In the context of an increasingly competitive marketplace for student recruitment, we explore the tension that HE institutions are now facing between establishing consistency in course provision as away of satisfying student expectations, whilst at the same time encouraging academic staff to experiment and innovate with learning technologies, with the accompanying risks that this may present to the reception of learning methods.
|Title of host publication||ASCILITE 2018|
|Subtitle of host publication||Open Oceans: Learning Without Borders|
|Editors||Malcolm Campbell, Julie Willems, Chie Adachi, Damian Blake, Iain Doherty, Siva Krishnan, Susie Macfarlane, Leanne Ngo, Marcus O'Donnell, Stuart Palmer, Lynn Riddell, Ian Story, Harshq Suri, Joanna Tai|
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|
|Event||35th International Conference of Innovation, Practice And Research in the Use Of Educational Technologies in Tertiary Education - Deakin University, Geelong, Australia|
Duration: 25 Nov 2018 → 28 Nov 2018
|Conference||35th International Conference of Innovation, Practice And Research in the Use Of Educational Technologies in Tertiary Education|
|Abbreviated title||ASCILITE 2018|
|Period||25/11/18 → 28/11/18|
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- Enhanced learning
- Institutional culture