During these unprecedented times @BCoT has introduced several measures to support its students, staff and the local community while the country is being asked to stay home to prevent the spread of the #Coronavirus Thanks to the College’s in-house technological skills, on Monday 23 March 2020, all classes were taken online using the Google suite of learning and communication technologies to ensure lessons went ahead without disruption. Classes have been interesting and interactive with great collaboration between students and teachers, including cooking demonstrations via videos and online classrooms where students can talk and work together on projects using live spreadsheets, with teachers being able to oversee everything and provide instant live feedback. The College hasn’t closed completely, and has been open to help vulnerable students have access to the support they need during the pandemic.
Basingstoke College of Technology (BCoT) has successfully picked up three awards at this year’s Edufuturist Awards 2019 including the prestigious College of the Year Award sponsored by Texthelp. The award ceremony held on Friday 12 July at The Brave Centre, Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire, also recognised two members of college staff.
Basingstoke College of Technology (BCoT) has put digital technology and digital learning at the heart of its newly refurbished Learning Hub. The renovation, funded by Enterprise M3 – the local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), is the latest initiative to integrate digital skills and technology across BCoT, offering students a home from home study space. The essence of the Hub is flexibility meets high-tech with modern, adaptable furniture and state of the art digital technology.
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