The student digital ambassadors flying the flag for edtech

How creating 'student digital ambassadors' can boost learners' confidence and help to drive innovation in colleges

How creating 'digital student ambassadors' helps to push tech innovation in colleges

They enter the crime scene, stepping over the corpse in the middle of the room. Puddles of blood leading up to it are photographed. Then they capture the fingerprints left on the fireplace. Shoe prints are spotted and are also snapped. Meanwhile, 360-degree cameras capture every piece of evidence.

This isn’t an episode of Silent Witness, it’s the City and Islington College student digital ambassadors (SDA) team at work. But just like the television series, the crime scene is not real – it’s a mock incident room set up for forensic-science students to work in. It’s a great resource, but it’s ...

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