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Dumfries & Galloway College delivers learning experiences to students who are spread widely over a large geographical area. Often the pressures of cost and time to travel to college sites create a situation where more remote students do not have equal access to learning opportunities compared to those closer to college sites.
Using investment from the new South of Scotland Enterprise Partnership (SOSEP as was), a physical network of virtual classrooms was generated across Dumfries and Galloway and a new Virtual Learning Environment was created under the title “digiskillscotland”,
This physical and virtual hub and spoke arrangement has allowed the college to deliver new remote and blended learning experiences. This work has made a significant difference to the equity of opportunity for learners in the region and is poised to grow into a key piece service for the college and its associated secondary schools as we move into a new Covid-19 operating environment.
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