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Jane Hughes<br />Digital literacies in disciplinary learning and teaching<br />
Designing and planning a teaching session <br />Assessment and feedback to students<br />Academic literacies<br />Learning...
“Disciplinarityaddressed both explicitly and through experiential learning”<br />“Digital literacies and e-learning addres...
In practice . . .<br />
OUTCOMEs – example 1<br />
Outcomes – example 2<br />
Outcomes – example 3<br />
CPD4HE is funded by the Higher Education Academy and JISC, in the OMAC strand of the UKOER Phase 2 programme, and by UCL<b...
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Digital literacies in disciplinary learning and teaching

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A presentation by Jane Hughes, University College London. Conducted at a DELILA (Developing Educators Learning and Information Literacies for Accreditation) dissemination event hosted by the Centre for Distance Education on 26 July 2011. Presentation slides and more details can be seen at www.cde.london.ac.uk.

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  1. 1. Jane Hughes<br />Digital literacies in disciplinary learning and teaching<br />
  2. 2. Designing and planning a teaching session <br />Assessment and feedback to students<br />Academic literacies<br />Learning, Teaching and Technologies<br />Relationships between teaching and research<br />Quality<br />Values in Higher Education<br />Internationalising HE<br />Skills in Higher Education<br />Designing the curriculum<br />The original materials<br />
  3. 3. “Disciplinarityaddressed both explicitly and through experiential learning”<br />“Digital literacies and e-learning addressed both explicitly and through experiential learning”<br />“The individual’s experience of teaching viewed as a resource central to learning”<br />“The HE teacher viewed as part of a community; interaction with this community is part of learning”.<br />PGCLTHE approach<br />
  4. 4. In practice . . .<br />
  5. 5. OUTCOMEs – example 1<br />
  6. 6. Outcomes – example 2<br />
  7. 7. Outcomes – example 3<br />
  8. 8. CPD4HE is funded by the Higher Education Academy and JISC, in the OMAC strand of the UKOER Phase 2 programme, and by UCL<br />CPD4HE team members: Man Yang, June Hedges, Holly Smith, Rosalind Duhs, Ulrich Tiedau, Clive Young<br />CALT teaching staff (not including those in the project team): Jenny Marie, Elizabeth Grant<br />Steering group members: Anna Douglas, Colleen McKenna, Henry Potts, JannieRoed<br />DELILA and CPD4HE ‘critical friend’: Sandra Griffiths<br />Follow CPD4HE on Twitter <br />Keep an eye on our website and blog: <br />www.ucl.ac.uk/calt/cpd4he/<br />Acknowledgements<br />
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