The Integrative Technologies Project

About this website

The aim of this site is to provide information about the two-year JISC-funded Integrative Technologies Project - a collaborative initiative between Education Enhancement and the University of Exeter Business School. It also points users to resources and support to help them develop their own practice, whether within the Business School or beyond.

"Students are more ready to engage. They are better prepared for the learning process, and through technology have more of a sense of community as learners"

Dr David Boughey, Director of Education, University of Exeter Business School

Aims of the Project

The INTEGRATE project focused on three core challenges: how to promote a learning ethos in which students actively participate, engage and feel known, despite the ever- increasing numbers; how to manage assessment and feedback with large numbers; how to promote a collaborative community in which diversity is both valued and well-catered for.

"Helped us make the transition from six quiet and nervous freshers to six competent, confident and collaborative university students"

First Year Undergraduate, UK student University of Exeter Business School

An overview of the Project

This short video by Liz Dunne, the project director, and filmed in Autumn 2008, introduces the Business School, the project and the themes of integration and Integrative Technologies.

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Project Staffing

What is special about where you come from? Business School students shared their home backgrounds through an international photographic competition and exhibition. Examples of their pictures are used across this website.

Castle Ruin, Central England. George, 3rd year Business Economics, UK.

A Traditional Balinese Dancer. Okky, 2nd Year Accounting and Finance, Indonesia

With special thanks to the many staff in the Business School who have made the project come to life over the past two years.