Remit: education without barriers
FELTAG is a movement within the FE and Adult Skills sector aimed at a new approach to developing e-learning and the role of technology generally in supporting education. Rather than a series of imperatives, it seeks to remove barriers to natural progression, meaning FELTAG affects every training organisation who can now progress not through new funding but by the removal of impediments.
The FELTAG Special Interest Group provides a forum for discussing the major challenges and areas for change that come with the removal of barriers. The SIG promotes discussion and knowledge- and resource-sharing through a dedicated Jiscmail discussion list and occasional webinars and events.
Read the FELTAG manifesto.
Join the discussion list: sign up to FELTAGSIG@jiscmail.ac.uk
Select recent webinars and meetings
Alistair McNaught, with Peter Kilcoyne and Teresa McKinnon, 'Promises and lies - The role of open educational resources in inclusive practice', 15 June 2017 - RECORDING
Daniel Scott, 'New course design for reflective learning' webinar, 22 February 2017 - RECORDING
Joy Howat, 'The Learning Lab: Making use of emerging technology to support digital literacy-in-action', 24 January 2017 - RECORDING and SLIDES
FELTAG SIG meeting at ALT Annual Conference, 7 September 2016 - PDF of notes on proceeedings
Summary of Skills Funding Agency's actions from the FELTAG report - 12 April 2016 RECORDING and SLIDES
Find out more about the Blended Learning Consortium - 6 May 2016 RECORDING