Jamming with Learner Journey Data

Lesley Thomson writes about the Learner Journey Data Jam – a 48-hour event about data relating to learners’ experience of the Scottish education system. Developers, designers, learners and educational policy types got together and came up with some prototypes of digital tools that could use education data to provide learners with useful things. There was much use of paper and pens.

Jamming with Learner Journey Data by Lesley Thomson on the OKFN Scotland (Open Knowledge Foundation Scotland) blog.

Weekly Blog Club was set up in early January 2012 to encourage people to blog regularly, and especially to encourage those working in and with the public sector, charities and voluntary organisations in the UK to find their own 'voice' through writing.

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