Join the FELTAG Coalition – March 2015
The FELTAG Coalition consists of membership bodies representing the whole of the FE and Skills sector and the full range of provision that is available to learners, employers and the wider community. National agencies such as Jisc and the ETF are working with and supporting the coalition to help realise the ambitions of the FELTAG Report… read more.
FELTAG Government Response – February 2015
As part of the continued interest in FELTAG the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills have issued an update report highlighting the progress and developments since the publication of the FELTAG report last year. You can view the Government Response here.
From FELTAG to ETAG – April 2014
Following the publication of the FELTAG report, you can now contribute to a wider conversation about technology in education across sectors via the Education Technology Action Group, ETAG. More information is available from the ETAG page.
FELTAG report now published – March 2014
Paths forward to a digital future for Further Education and Skills.
Continue the conversation
Click here to download the report.
You can also access the related FELTAG Horizon scanning report here. Should you have any comments or questions, please use the free comment
form or email email@example.com
Previously… the FELTAG conversation
This site has been created by FELTAG, the Further Education Learning Technology Action Group, convened by Minister of State for Skills and Enterprise, Matthew Hancock at the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills. We now want to encourage a public conversation on the draft ideas that emerged during the FELTAG discussions to help inform the response to these recommendations.
The site contains “stimulus questions” for each workstream to help catalyse these open conversations. Each workstream is listed with related draft recommendations, all of which can be commented on. You can also rate each workstream. Comments will require approval before publication to prevent spam (we aim to be reasonably prompt in processing your comments). Although we do not insist on it, we encourage all respondents to use their real name and role when responding. We intend this to be the only “house rule”, because we trust people to think carefully when engaging in a discussion on a public forum.
Here is how you can contribute:
- Comment: comment on the draft recommendations for each workstream;
- Rate the workstreams’ importance overall;
- Discuss: you can also discuss other comments or use the #feltag hashtag to contribute to our conversation on Twitter.
Other ways to contribute:
- Submit other ideas for consideration;
- Submit a link to a report, proposal or resource for inclusion;
- You can use the free comment form to provide us with other feedback, too.
We hope that learners, teachers, technology developers and practitioners, policy people, researchers, people from industry and any others with an interest in and experience of this field will join our conversation.
A suitable hashtag for discussion on other social media is #feltag and the site ingests the Twitter stream with that hashtag in the right-hand sidebar.
We intend that the site will remain available until the end of January in the first instance and that the results of the conversation will help inform the recommendations and actions from FELTAG.
In case of difficulty or technical issues with this site, please email firstname.lastname@example.org . This site is hosted by ALT, the Association for Learning Technology, on behalf of FELTAG.