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Exeter cascade generic slides
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  • 1. About the Exeter Cascade Project Presenters | Date
  • 2. The context Exeter a research-intensive university specialising in research-led teaching History of successful initiatives led by students as change agents High-achieving staff and students who may prefer traditional research and teaching environments New campus developments including Forum building with innovative teaching spaces Opportunities to work with new programmes e.g. interdisciplinary Visual Culture
  • 3. The programme JISC Developing Digital Literacies programme 2011-13 Funding for 12 institutional projects – different aspects of digital capability – different strategic approaches Partnership with national professional bodies: – Exeter working closely with Vitae, ALDinHE and the SW Doctoral Training Centre Projects sharing ideas and outcomes in cluster groups – Exeter working with the Universities of Bath, Reading and Oxford Brookes
  • 4. Generic aim to design and implement a range of innovative strategies and curriculum activitieswhich ensure that researchers, students and staff develop their digital capabilities in the context of their own disciplines
  • 5. Critical values Digital scholarship Knowledge practices that support learning, teaching and research, focusing on how knowledge is generated, grown, shared, critiqued and communicated in the discipline Collaboration Activities designed and led by staff and PGRs, following consultation about the meaning of digital literacy in the context of different disciplines and professions Students as change agents Postgraduate students are key agents of change in this area, as early-career researchers, digital natives, and emerging teachers.
  • 6. Activities Baselining the situation as is, and priorities for change Developing people working with 8-10 postgraduate researchers to develop their digital capability and local influence Developing the curriculum working in at least 15 taught programmes to embed authentic, research-rich activities that enhance digital scholarship Developing know-how building online resources, modules and sessions, a digital literacy framework, and new capabilities among professional services
  • 7. Digital Literacies framework
  • 8. Digital Literacies framework
  • 9. Digital Literacies framework
  • 10. Researcher Development
  • 11. Find out more twitter: exetercascade http://blogs.exeter.ac.uk/cascade/blog/http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/elearning/ developingdigitalliteracies/Cascade.aspx cascade@exeter.ac.uk H.Beetham@exeter.ac.uk

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