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Rapid changes in the use of technology in education, training, work and in society at large led to many practitioner-researchers choosing learning technologies as their research themes. Many projects focussed on investigating blended learning approaches. A number of organisations considered specific e- and m-learning tools in terms of supporting learning outcomes. The sector’s need to adopt the recommendations of the FE Advisory Group on Learning and Technology (FELTAG), drove some team’s research work, along with internal development priorities and a general need to meet learners’ development needs and expectations.

Introducing Digital Technology – a report on the longer term impact of an action research project (1) What kind of e-network might bring benefits for students, teachers and employers involved in Animal Studies courses at Easton and Otley College? (2)

Unfolding the arms: the digital resilience project

How can English tutors develop strategies to engage adult entry level learners, and view information technology as a positive and effective way to develop their skills?

Blended Approach to Professional Development of Experienced Teachers: A Case Study

Vote for Success

Motivating teaching with modern technologies

What are the educational benefits of using mobile technology in a classroom setting?

Developing an Interactive Virtual Learning Environment to Support ESOL Learners Researcher’s name

Flipping Learning in Hair, Beauty Therapy and Catering

Virtually Written: exploring the efficacy of Google tools for promoting collaboration and language

Exploring Approaches to Supporting Adults to Develop Basic ICT Skills

Using Technology to support the Functional Maths for 16-18 year old Apprentice students in the workplace

The impact of using online resources on apprentices’ Functional Skills achievement.

Breaking the digital barriers

Will our Virtual Maths Centre (Maths Central) increase learner confidence and greater success in maths skills?

Learner’s perspectives on the use of online resources for increasing confidence in GCSE maths.

FAB2 Digital Resilience: the NOT dumping tech way

Self-assessment: there's more than one way to take a selfie.

Use of mobile technologies and augmented reality on animal husbandry and science programmes

Technology in the Further Education classroom: A summary of action research into technology use at Great Yarmouth College

Class i-pads: are they worth the time and expense?

Improving Academic Literacy in Foundation Degree students using interactive blended learning resources

An Investigation into the use of Facebook using Social Network Analysis (SNA) to Identify Students “at Risk” in Further Education