Gower College Swansea is the latest college to adopt VocalEyes for learner voice. The official switch-on took place on Friday Nov 21. Ann Pitman, head of learner services and her team have been trained in using VocalEyes and prior to
HEADS UP PEEPS! Do any of these statements sound interesting to you… digital voting? empowering communities to self organise? crowd sourcing? collective decision making & action? making a difference in the world through innovative use of new technologies? If so
We’re incredibly pleased to be announced as an UnLtd Fast Growth Award winner 2014
It is widely recognised that our urgent focus today to achieve a sustainable planet is how to develop active citizenship. We all need to be empowered to be involved in decision making processes at every level in society and there
Development partner Pembrokeshire College officially launched VocalEyes to their 500-strong staff team (of lecturers, managers, SMT and business support staff) at this year’s Institutional Planning Day, where staff were invited to a VocalEyes event held at the Merlin Theatre chaired
From the Inventions Blog at Pembrokeshire College..
VocalEyes is a system that helps deliver grassroots involvement. That means, a simple, accessible method of getting ordinary people involved in running their own communities. And data that gives those in power an authentic mandate
The following tangible outcomes have recently materialised within the INSPIRE group at Trinity St Davids university as a direct result of using VocalEyes:
St David’s Day Speaker
Jonathon Porritt, former Director of Friends of the Earth and Chancellor of Keele University, will
This case study shows the first college to use a digital platform ‘VocalEyes Digital Democracy’ for student engagement and the use of the system to transform Learner and Staff Voice. Pembrokeshire College have now exceeded 50,000 interactions using the system and also
Building on the huge success of VocalEyes at Pembrokeshire College, they are now set to spread the word at the Association of Colleges conference later this month.
Students have now exceeded 15,000 interactions (ideas, ratings & comments) on the system. The