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Jisc webinar: developing staff digital literacies

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  1. 1. Using digital technologies in your work: how do you feel? Put a X on the diagram to show how you feel about the use of digital technologies in your work. Put a O to show how the staff you work with feel. Use the pencil tool 21/03/2013 Developing Digital Literacies slide 1
  2. 2. Supporting the development of staff digital literacies  Introduction to supporting the development of staff digital literacies – Sarah Davies, Programme Manager, Jisc  Current approaches:  Librarians and careers/employability staff – Janet Finlay, Digidol project, Cardiff University  Teaching administrators – Stefanie Anyadi, Digital Department project, University College London  Whole-institutional approach – Neil Witt, SEEDPoD project, Plymouth University  Questions after each input; 15 mins for discussion at the end 21/03/2013 Developing Digital Literacies slide 2
  3. 3. What is ‘digital literacy’? those capabilities which fit an individual for living, learning and working in a digital society 21/03/2013 Developing Digital Literacies slide 3
  4. 4. Digital literacy – a working definition ICT literacy Learning Information skills literacy Identity Media management literacy Communication Digital and scholarship collaboration 21/03/2013 Developing Digital Literacies slide 4
  5. 5. Developmental processes Developme ntal attitudes processes identity needs attributes non-formal learning identity motivation co-curriculum curriculum practices In context skills access and experience awareness specialisation (Beetham and Sharpe 2009 & 2010) 5
  6. 6. Which best describes your role? A. Supporting/managing e-learning or technology-enhanced learning B. Staff and educational development C. Lecturer/course leader D. Professional services eg library, careers, student support E. Other – please use chat box to give detail 21/03/2013 Developing Digital Literacies slide 6
  7. 7. Staff digital literacies: professional associations  The sector bodies and  Organisational Development in professional associations JISC is Higher Education Group working with initially include: (ODHE)  Standing Conference on  Association for Learning Academic Practice (SCAP) Development in Higher  Staff Development Forum Education (ALDinHE) (SDF)  Association for Learning  Staff and Educational Technology (ALT) Development Association  Association of University (SEDA) Administrators (AUA)  Society of College, National  Heads of Educational and University Libraries Development Group (HEDG) (SCONUL)  Vitae 21/03/2013 Developing Digital Literacies slide 7
  8. 8. Support for staff digital literacy development Barriers Enablers 21/03/2013 Developing Digital Literacies slide 8
  9. 9. Digital literacies in the disciplines 21/03/2013 Developing Digital Literacies slide 9
  10. 10. Embedding technology into staff development  Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education  University of the Arts London (DIAL project) – collaborative reading, writing and reflection activities on individual blogs – produce a short video summary of their project outcomes  Challenging but/therefore useful  Raised confidence and competence in technologies for reflective practice  Increased participants’ willingness to use technology in their teaching practice  Need to consider: support needs; open practice; familiarisation with communicating online; assessment strategy; inclusion; f2f contact  Lindsay Jordan, 2013  Guide to implementing the UK professional standards framework in the digital university  Webinar 17 April - http://jiscdlukpsf-eorg.eventbrite.com/ 21/03/2013 Developing Digital Literacies slide 10
  11. 11. Supporting the development of staff digital literacies  Current approaches:  Librarians and careers/employability staff – Janet Finlay, Digidol project, Cardiff University  Teaching administrators – Stefanie Anyadi, Digital Department project, University College London  Whole-institutional approach – Neil Witt, SEEDPoD project, Plymouth University  Questions after each input; 15 mins for discussion at the end 21/03/2013 Developing Digital Literacies slide 11
  12. 12. ⬅ Content Tasks & ⬅ Tools Practices ⬅ People ⬅ Processes Janet Finlay (FinlayJ4@Cardiff.ac.uk, @janetfinlay) Joe Nicholls (NichollsJA@Cardiff.ac.uk, @joenicholls) Cathie Jackson (JacksonCM@Cardiff.ac.uk, @cathiejack) All at Information Services, Cardiff University.
  13. 13. Attributes & Identities I am… Practices ⬅ Content Tasks & (ways of thinking and acting) I apply… ⬅ Tools ⬅ People Practices Skills I can… ⬅ Processes (personal capabilities) Access (to things - services that perform a I have… function) Awareness (of available services - content, tools, people and processes, I know of… and potential practices) Learning Literacies Development Framework (Adapted from Beetham and Sharp 2009) Janet Finlay (FinlayJ4@Cardiff.ac.uk, @janetfinlay) Joe Nicholls (NichollsJA@Cardiff.ac.uk, @joenicholls) Cathie Jackson (JacksonCM@Cardiff.ac.uk, @cathiejack) All at Information Services, Cardiff University.
  14. 14. Map statements detailing digital and information literacies to Review and analysis of the framework Evolve and reapply Information Literacy and framework Digital Literacy models Workshops to test Content analysis methodology and framework of model related documentation Viewpoint-like cards to facilitate conversation Janet Finlay (FinlayJ4@Cardiff.ac.uk, @janetfinlay) Joe Nicholls (NichollsJA@Cardiff.ac.uk, @joenicholls) Cathie Jackson (JacksonCM@Cardiff.ac.uk, @cathiejack) All at Information Services, Cardiff University.
  15. 15. Janet Finlay (FinlayJ4@Cardiff.ac.uk, @janetfinlay) Joe Nicholls (NichollsJA@Cardiff.ac.uk, @joenicholls) Cathie Jackson (JacksonCM@Cardiff.ac.uk, @cathiejack) All at Information Services, Cardiff University.
  16. 16. The Digital Department Project Team: Stefanie Anyadi (PALS) Lorraine Dardis (VP - International), Alison Gilry (ICH), Clive Young (ELE)
  17. 17. What are “teaching administrators”? • Professional support staff based in academic departments, student-facing, support teaching staff • Wide and varied range of responsibilities: admissions, examinations, quality assurance, VLE support, pastoral support, marketing, careers…
  18. 18. Teaching Administrators at UCL An active community of practice: • TA Conference • TA Forum • TA Handbook • Increased profile (E-learning champions, involvement at faculty level)
  19. 19. External Accreditation External accreditation for • Recognition • Self-confidence • Personal development • Certification of standards
  20. 20. External accreditation for TAs at UCL CMALT Portfolio Cohort-based programme of workshops Mentors
  21. 21. Digital Skills and Digital Literacies Overview of systems and software Horizon scanning Understanding of the place that technologies, systems and processes have in teaching and learning Open to innovative approaches Encouraging and supporting teaching staff Professional identity
  22. 22. Towards whole – institutional embedded Digital Literacies Professor Neil Witt Head of Academic Support, Technology & Innovation Plymouth University www.technologyenhancedlearning.net 23
  23. 23. Change via a JISC project? • Builds on 2011 BCUP project • Audit of systems, policies, infrastructure and data • Views from academic and support staff on use of, and practice with, existing software and hardware systems. • Recommending Institutional change on DL issues around: • Infrastructure • Support • Curriculum Design www.technologyenhancedlearning.net 24
  24. 24. Impact of technology? • Students willing to use, and expect their devices to be used to support their learning experience. • An urgency in developing services that meets the students’ needs and expectations. • Assume that academic staff can/will support their use of technology www.technologyenhancedlearning.net 25
  25. 25. Impact of technology? • Expectation Management? • How to meet these digital needs? • How to engage and support ALL staff? • How to embed into practice? www.technologyenhancedlearning.net 26
  26. 26. The Digital Strategy Opportunity 1 – inputting into Strategy • Key theme 1 - Digital People • Key theme 2 - Digital teaching, learning and research • Key theme 3 - Digital services • Key theme 4 - Digital Infrastructure and Capability www.technologyenhancedlearning.net 27
  27. 27. Performance Development Review Opportunity 2 – using new processes Embed in PDR www.technologyenhancedlearning.net 28
  28. 28. Embracing Change Opportunity 3 – use Restructuring An opportunity to recommend Institutional change: • Infrastructure • Support www.technologyenhancedlearning.net 29
  29. 29. Joining it all up Embed in the curriculum www.technologyenhancedlearning.net 30
  30. 30. • Benchmark and gather evidence • Take every available opportunity • Influence then operationalise strategy • Embed into Staff Development • Embed into processes (e.g. Curriculum Design) www.technologyenhancedlearning.net 31

Notas do Editor

  • Student focus groups reported that it was often the acquisititon of the most complex IT-enabled study skills that led to the most profound changes in study practice - eg databases, library catalogues, CAD and simulations, data analysis software and referencing systems.
  • Emerging identity of teaching administrators as community
  • External accreditation as incentive and for recognition
  • Encouraging reflective practice approach – digital skills and digital literaciesLocal support for external accreditation – dept/funding of accreditation fee, faculty/engagement with faculty tutors, UCL/funding from VPE
  • Beetham, Digital Literacies Development Frameworkhttps://portfolio.pebblepad.co.uk/cumbria/viewasset.aspx?oid=579596&type=file&webfolioid=531067

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