New National e-Learning Offer website is now live!


Education Scotland is delighted to pass on the news that the new National e-Learning Offer website is now live: National e-Learning Offer | Education Scotland. This has been developed through a partnership involving Education Scotland, e-Sgoil and ADES.

All the content that was previously hosted on Excel NeLO spreadsheets is now available through this new platform including West OS lessons, videos, calculations, assessment materials, Scholar, BBC Bitesize and e-Sgoil content and more. In all, there are 23,000 resources available with over 5000 of these being sciences resources.

Education Scotland has also worked in partnership with BBC, Napier University, IoP, Strathclyde University and SSERC to produce 149 practical NQ sciences videos and supporting assessment resources. Many of these are already available and we’re putting the finishing touches to the rest. Over the summer we’ll be doing more filming for the BGE phase. We are also planning future improvements and developments to NeLO over the course of this year.

Education Scotland’s STEM Team like to give a very special and personal thanks to all the teachers and partner organisations who supported this work by sharing their resources freely and by participating in the working groups and curation groups. Sciences and STEM teachers and networks have played an enormously important role in initiating and supporting this work throughout. Having the chance to work in partnership with you to support this work has been a real highlight for the team at Education Scotland, in what was otherwise a very challenging year.

We really hope this resource is of great use to you and your learners over the coming years. We’re looking forward to making further improvements to NeLO in the year ahead. Feedback, ideas, suggestions for the next stage of development are all welcome and should be emailed to:

Author: I. Menzies

Senior Education Officer for Sciences, Education Scotland

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