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Where are we now with technology, student experience and organisational change? …

Where are we now with technology, student experience and organisational change?

A snapshot of some of the key themes and challenges which have emerged through those conversations, and look at some of the approaches that have been taken in the sector to address the issues. We will also consider some of the key change management issues which have surfaced.

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  • 1. Sarah Davies and Lawrie Phipps, Jisc 12/03/2014 Flipped classroom, or just flippin' technology?Where are we now with technology, student experience and organisational change?
  • 2. About Changing the Learning Landscape 2 Working with senior managers, staff across the institution and students to design and develop an intervention around a technology enhanced learning issue or problem. Intervention Staff Students Senior Managers
  • 3. 12/03/2014 KeyThemes http://tiny.cc/digfest_flip
  • 4. Strategic approaches toTechnology Enhanced Learning • Organisational change • Variety of approaches • Ownership • Leadership 4
  • 5. With regard to impact in your institution, what is having the biggest positive impact on the use ofTechnology Enhanced Learning? 1 2 3 0% 0%0% 1. Bottom up through the recognition of enthusiasts 2. Strategic direction through senior managers 3. We have a combination of both
  • 6. Student Experience • Student expectations of learning and teaching in a digital age • Developing digital literacies – students and staff • Supporting institutional processes 6
  • 7. Developing student digital literacies 1 2 3 4 0% 0%0%0% 1. Next:This is an issue we plan to look at strategically during the next academic year – 2014/2015 (or 2016) 2. Now:This is something we are working on now 3. Done:We have recently made improvements in this area 4. Not now:This is not a priority for us at the moment
  • 8. Technology changing the game • Flipped classroom • Enquiry-led • Expanding the classroom • Work-based learning • Mobile? 8
  • 9. Technology in Learning Game Changers 1 2 3 4 0% 0%0%0% 1. Next:This is an issue we plan to look at strategically during the next academic year – 2014/2015 (or 2016) 2. Now:This is something we are working on now 3. Done:We have recently made improvements in this area 4. Not now:This is not a priority for us at the moment
  • 10. http://tiny.cc/digfest_flip 10
  • 11. Strategic thinking • Evolution and devolution of e-learning strategies • Curriculum review / refresh • Emerging strategies 11
  • 12. Technology in the strategic plan 1 2 3 4 0% 0%0%0% 1. Next:This is an issue we plan to look at strategically during the next academic year – 2014/2015 (or 2016) 2. Now:This is something we are working on now 3. Done:We have recently made improvements in this area 4. Not now:This is not a priority for us at the moment
  • 13. Technology Change • Virtual Learning Environments • E-portfolios • Mobile technologies • Other 13
  • 14. Technology changes at your institution 1 2 3 4 0% 0%0%0% 1. Next:This is an issue we plan to look at strategically during the next academic year – 2014/2015 (or 2016) 2. Now:This is something we are working on now 3. Done:We have recently made improvements in this area 4. Not now:This is not a priority for us at the moment
  • 15. Closing remarks 15 Speed of technology change Students as partners Shifting strategic priorities Emerging approaches to support change
  • 16. 12/03/2014 Thank you http://tiny.cc/digfest_flip Please continue to put your thoughts on these issues on the wall, or if you’re in the room please pass them to us on post-its