Digital Literacies Baselining for ODHE (with @JISC)

For the last 24 hours I’ve been in a hotel in the Lake District, working with the Organisational Development in Higher Education Group. We (The University of Winchester/ODHE) have been awarded £10,000 to contribute to a large ‘Developing Digital Literacies‘ programme, for which baselining was required to be complete by 31st January – and I […]

JISC e-Learning Webinars: Making Assessment Count

Friday 3rd February 2012 1-2pm Online via Blackboard Collaborate Presenters: Professor Peter Chatterton (Daedalus e-World Ltd) and Professor Gunter Saunders (University of Westminster) The objective of Making Assessment Count is primarily to help students engage more closely with the assessment process, either at the stage where they are addressing an assignment or at the stage when they receive […]

Learning Journeys: A Webinar (@JISC)

Outcomes from JISC Anytime Learning Literacies Environment (ALLE) project View more presentations from jisc-elearning What follows are my rough notes from the session: ‘A cast of thousands’ Explaining concepts – having them in one place… all digital literacies across the institution tied in with Learning Objects. Thought others would like this, so used materials from […]

Digital literacy can boost employability and improve student experience #jiscdiglit

I am working on the JISC Digital Literacies programme with the Organisational Development in Higher Education Group. We are featured in The Guardian today:  It starts as follows: The nature of knowledge is changing and, in this digital age, our definition of basic literacy urgently needs expanding. With an estimated 90% of UK jobs requiring […]

Digital Visitors & Residents with @daveowhite #JISC

My live notes from the webinar this afternoon: http://tallblog.conted.ox.ac.uk/index.php/2009/10/14/visitors-residents-the-video/ http://firstmonday.org/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/3171/3049 Dave White Visitor = sees the web as a set of tools Residents = sees the web as a space It’s about motivation to engage, rather than a skills set, e.g. when people want to talk to their grandchildren, they use Skype very quickly. Can […]