I was using that old fashioned paper & pen again for this workshop/discussion, and once I got home, was more than stressed at the fact that I left my iPhone in the room, rang immediately I realised, but the building was already locked, so anticipated a good call this morning (written Friday 10th), but still no sign…

Meantime Richard Millwood was very helpful in trying to get hold of security, etc., and so I’m sure won’t mind if I nick his blog post, which is essentially a summary of what was written on the whiteboards (the session was essentially a closed shop, so no clear attribution given):

Group 1 Roehampton /  UEL

Group 2 Bolton / Bournemouth / Winchester

Group  3 SEDA / HEA
Options for embedding Work-with-IT:
SEDA approaches

  1. A new award
  2. A version of an existing award
  3. Into the guidance notes
  4. Work-with-IT as a permeating theme

HEA approaches to embedding Work-with-IT

  1. Professional Standards Framework review is under way – feed Work-with-IT outcomes into that review
  2. Via subject-specific academic identity and subject networks

Generic approaches

  1. In the standard or in associated guidance?
  2. Connect Work-with-IT to professional / academic identity
  3. The idea of Work-with-IT as permeating identity and practice
  4. Embrace the ‘messiness’

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