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AmplifyFE Community Space

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AmplifyFE Community Space

This new online community space provides a place where you can share and learn from each other, and increase your access to learning technology expertise, digital pedagogy and professional development opportunities.

Amplify FE works to connect and amplify communities of practice for digital learning, teaching and assessment. The AmplifyFE Community Space works across the whole Further Education and Training sector in its widest terms engaging with vocational educators and those who support them.

The aim of this space is to:

  • Provide a place for vocational educators to share and learn from each other, increasing their access to learning technology expertise, digital pedagogy and professional development opportunities
  • Champion the use of accessible, inclusive learning technology to help those adult learners most impacted by the digital divide so that more people in the UK have improved access to vocational skills
  • Engage with FE groups and communities of practice and researchers in vocational learning to share best practice
  • Work across the whole Further Education and Training sector in its widest terms engaging with vocational educators and those who support them in FE Colleges, Adult and Community Learning (ACL), work-based and independent learning providers, prison learning, ESOL communities, ‘HE in FE’ providers, the whole, diverse sector.
  • Amplify the voice of professionals in strategic developments across the sector, led by organisations including ALT and Ufi.

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