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Sophie Bailey interviews digital literacy 'iChamps' Courtney Rowan and Clarissa Chay

Posted by Rebecca Paddick | October 11, 2016 | Business

In this episode, Sophie Bailey interviews 3rd year chemistry students and digital literacy 'iChamps' Courtney Rowan and Clarissa Chay, whilst also interviewing Stephan Caspar, Media Development Lead, from the Institute for Learning Innovation and Development on the appetite for innovation across further and higher education, including: 

•   What is the iChamps programme? 
•   What are the favourite apps/tools of the iChamps? 
•   How can digital skills assist students, academic staff and employers? 
•   What is the experience of working in the Media, FE and HE sectors?
•   The importance of sharing the value of academic research in a post-Brexit age
•   Shout outs to other innovators in HE/FE

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