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  • Catherine to lead on what AUA are trying to achieveMyles to lead on a Jisc Digital Literacy overviewAim to complete by 15.35 but can make up time
  • Try to conclude by 15.40 but can make up time
  • Try to conclude by 15.50 but can make up timeTell them we’ll be adding to these so we’re not expecting finalised versions!
  • We can use this slide to prompt further ideas if we need, or just skip it if we’ve introduced the concepts in the groups
  • Propose these and offer to update in light of group findings.
  • Stick them to the walls to allow browsing / pitchingAim to conclude by 16.05
  • Stick them to the walls to allow browsing / pitching
  • They have come from the projects at Greenwich, Cardiff, IoE, Bath, UCL, Exeter. Plymouth, Oxford Brookes, Reading, University of the Arts, Worcester CollegeNote also an aim of graduate attribute
  • Catherine to prompt, Phil to capture them live as a Google Doc, share with everyone after the session
  • Use post it notes. Stick them to the walls to allow browsing / pitching
  • Stick them to the walls to allow browsing / pitching
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Development and Skills Conference 2013: Myles Danson, Catherine Lillie and Phil Wolstenholme - Digital Literacies Development and Skills Conference 2013: Myles Danson, Catherine Lillie and Phil Wolstenholme - Digital Literacies Presentation Transcript

  • Digital literacies in your workplace Myles Danson (Jisc) Phil Wolstenholme & Catherine Lillie (AUA) 28/10/2013 AUA Development Conference Birmingham 2013 slide 1
  • Welcome and aims 28/10/2013 AUA Development Conference Birmingham 2013 slide 2
  • • understand the breadth of Jisc digital literacy work • explore digital literacies administrators need to be successful in their current roles and beyond • describe how AUA and Jisc support the development of these capabilities, and generate ideas on how they could better support them • identify priorities for action once back in the office In order to • help achieve an excellent digital experience for all 28/10/2013 AUA Development Conference Birmingham 2013 slide 3
  • Digital literacy defines those capabilities which fit an individual for living, learning and working in a digital society • Jisc and their digital literacies programme http://bit.ly/jisc_digi_lit • What AUA are trying to achieve in the area 28/10/2013 AUA Development Conference Birmingham 2013 slide 4
  • Let’s get moving! 28/10/2013 AUA Development Conference Birmingham 2013 slide 5
  • Please introduce yourself at your table • Tell everyone your name, work area and one digital device or service you could not live without 28/10/2013 AUA Development Conference Birmingham 2013 slide 6
  • Quick round of feedback 28/10/2013 AUA Development Conference Birmingham 2013 slide 7
  • A digitally literate administrator – what does one of those look like? 28/10/2013 AUA Development Conference Birmingham 2013 slide 8
  • At your table, take 10 minutes to: • Draw your administrator (or a representative something)! • Label your drawing with the qualities and attributes you would expect of someone with ‘digital literacy and the ability to use ICT effectively’ as an administrator • You might consider: devices, services and software; strategies and preferences for ICT use; attitudes towards technology; communication and networking habits; digital identity; time and task management…… 28/10/2013 AUA Development Conference Birmingham 2013 slide 9
  • Jisc and Digital Literacy 28/10/2013 AUA Development Conference Birmingham 2013 slide 10
  • ‘capabilities that fit an individual for living, learning and working in a digital society’ • ICT/Computer Literacy: the ability to adopt, adapt and use digital devices, applications and services in pursuit of scholarly and educational goals. • Information Literacy: the ability to find, interpret, evaluate, manipulate, share and record information, especially scholarly and educational information • Media Literacy: the ability to critically read and creatively produce academic and professional communications in a range of media. • Communication and Collaboration: the ability to participate in digital networks and working groups of scholarship, research and learning • Learning Skills: the ability to study and learn effectively in technologyrich environments, formal and informal • Digital scholarship: the ability to participate in emerging academic, professional and research practices that depend on digital systems 28/10/2013 AUA Development Conference Birmingham 2013 slide 11
  • The digitally literate workforce • Is flexible, confident and capable of selecting appropriate digital tools, services and networks for effective personal and professional use to • Manage time and tasks • Discuss and collaborate • Find relevant information • Organise their ideas • Create new representations of subject matter • Practice skills • Record aspects of their CPD • Participate in social/professional networks • Project a positive digital identify or profile 28/10/2013 AUA Development Conference Birmingham 2013 slide 12
  • Revisit your drawings Consider whether you need to add (or take away/modify) features of your digitally literate administrator and finalise your representations now 28/10/2013 AUA Development Conference Birmingham 2013 slide 13
  • Feedback as plenary Photo opportunity If we have time – present each ‘in just a minute’ 28/10/2013 AUA Development Conference Birmingham 2013 slide 14
  • We know that forward thinking universities are • Embedding digital literacy issues into high level strategies • Building on existing/past change initiatives • Engaging students as partners and change agents • Moving towards a ‘bring your own device/service’ model with appropriate support • Enabling a diversity of digital practices to flourish • Designing learning spaces to support networked learning • Making expectations clear, raising awareness, and signposting resources • Investing (time/support) in the digital CPD of staff • Supporting, valuing and rewarding digital pioneers • Embedding authentic digital activities into courses • Supporting digital scholarship 28/10/2013 AUA Development Conference Birmingham 2013 slide 15
  • Now we want to know what you think Working in groups decide on some key actions to help you enhance and embed digital literacies into your work; • What should teams, leaders, departments, your university as a whole do to support staff in their roles? • What could the AUA do to help? 28/10/2013 AUA Development Conference Birmingham 2013 slide 16
  • AUA and digital literacies Live walk through of AUA resources created to date and offer to attendees Attendees to capture pertinent ones for their diagrams on post it notes Stick post it notes to posters 28/10/2013 AUA Development Conference Birmingham 2013 slide 17
  • AUA digital skills page • Introductory resources • Getting started • Online networking • http://www.aua.ac.uk/career-9 (or search for:‘digital skills’) 28/10/2013 AUA Development Conference Birmingham 2013 slide 18
  • AUA Digital Toolbox • External sites and services • More depth /detail • Categorised by area and professional behaviour • http://www.aua.ac.uk (or search for:‘digital toolbox’) 28/10/2013 AUA Development Conference Birmingham 2013 slide 19
  • A few favourites • Google Drive (formerly Docs) – collaborative working, quick forms • Dropbox – sync, backup files • Evernote – note taking, CPD portfolio • Doodle – meeting planning • Jisc netskills guides – under training, then ‘share’ on netskills site. 28/10/2013 AUA Development Conference Birmingham 2013 slide 20
  • Jisc and digital literacies Quick look at Jisc plans for communication outputs…. Jisc shortcuts for AUA Development Conference attendees http://bit.ly/aua-jisc-shortcuts-oct13 28/10/2013 AUA Development Conference Birmingham 2013 slide 21
  • Action Planning Write down what three things you will do as a result of what we’ve learned today Shout out one from each table? 28/10/2013 AUA Development Conference Birmingham 2013 slide 22
  • © Jisc 2013 Jisc permits reuse of this presentation and its contents under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-No Derivative Works 2.0 UK England & Wales Licence. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/uk 28/10/2013 AUA Development Conference Birmingham 2013 slide 23