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Visitors and Residents: understanding student behaviour online - Jisc Digital Festival 2014

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This is a practical session which explores how the Visitor and Resident continuum can be used to identify and describe the modes of online engagement used by educators, learners and researchers. …

This is a practical session which explores how the Visitor and Resident continuum can be used to identify and describe the modes of online engagement used by educators, learners and researchers.

As Visitor you may find you interact online only as and when required, whereas the more Resident your behaviour is, the more pervasive, persistent and normalised your online presence becomes.

After an introduction to the concept, you will use it to create a map of your own online activities and discuss wider implications for the delivery and support of teaching, learning and research.

The session is underpinned by the research of David White (Oxford), Lynn Silipigni Connaway (OCLC) and Donna M. Lanclos (UNCC) on the Jisc-funded "Visitors and Residents" project and the HEA "Challenges of Residency" project. It is supported by ongoing work with Jisc Netskills to create a collection of Creative Commons licensed resources, designed to enable you to map, reappraise and strategically develop new and existing online activities more effectively.

During the session you will also be able to discuss how you can use the resources, online support and full workshops within your own team, organisation or institution.

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    • 1. Understanding student behaviour online 12/03/2014 Visitors and Residents
    • 2. Introductions DaveWhite, University of Oxford Donna Lanclos, University of North Carolina Lawrie Phipps, Jisc Steve Boneham, Jisc Netskills ChrisYoung, Jisc Netskills Visitors and Residents 2
    • 3. Visitors and Residents 3
    • 4. Making maps Visitors and Residents 4 http://padlet.com/wall/visitorsandresidents
    • 5. What now? Workshops, materials for facilitation and development http://www.netskills.ac.uk/VandR Evaluating Services Infokit http://www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk/infokits/evaluating-services/ Visitors and Residents 5

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