Author Archives: Andrew Stewart

About Andrew Stewart

Lover of education, technology and productivity methodologies. I'm currently working across a broad range of Jisc initiatives. You can find out more about me here: http://about.me/andystew

Post-project developments

We’ve been quite quiet recently and so thought it was worth giving you a brief update on our activities post-project. We closed the project on a real high with the final showcase event and launch of the online guidance, however there were one or two follow-on actions that JISC infoNet were tasked with. The first … Read more

Mediating Boundaries

London College of Communication played host to a lively and interactive one-day conference (12th May 2010) offering 100 delegates from both Further and Higher Education (FE/HE) a chance to examine the theoretical and practical composition of Communities of Practice (CoP).  With a focus on Business and Community Engagement (BCE) and the way in which FE/HE … Read more

Project Evaluation

The project team are pleased to announce the appointment of Belanda Consulting to undertake two areas of work associated with evaluation.  Dr. Jacqueline (‘Jay’) Dempster will be working closely with the project team to: evaluate the overall project and support the eight trial projects in evaluating their own areas of work. Consultant Helen Beetham will be working … Read more

Pitch & Perfect

When planning the ‘Trialling of Online Collaborative Tools for BCE’ project our team discussed various methods for identifying and selecting the nine trials required to take part.  After much deliberation the team decided upon a model/method/framework (call it what you will) of ‘Pitch & Perfect’.  We must stress the pronunciation of perfect as ‘puh-fect‘.  The … Read more