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  • 1.
    • Sustaining Your Project After Funding has finished – Lessons Learnt from the TESEP Project
    • Andrew Comrie, Critical Friend
    • JISC Transforming Curriculum Delivery Through e-Learning
    • Programme Meeting 11 May 2010
  • 2. The project Joint FE-HE initiative SFC e-learning transformation programme Transforming and Enhancing the Student Experience through Pedagogy Building upon existing good practice Using technology appropriately Learner-centred staff development 2005-2007 Collaborative learning Working across the partner institutions Working with the sector Beyond the VLE Increasing learner autonomy ‘ Web 2.0’ Sharing ideas
  • 3. ACTION 1: Supporting Institutional Change
    • TESEP used at Edinburgh Napier University to support the change from a 15 to 20 credit academic framework.
    • TESEP used to create learning and teaching support departments at both Carnegie College and Edinburgh’s Telford College
  • 4. Action 2: Continuing to lead and support changes to Curriculum Delivery Models and cascade our work
    • Edinburgh Napier: The Online Learning Advocates (OLAs) formalised and funded in the University so that each Faculty has an Advocate to promote and support change to curriculum delivery models.
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    • Edinburgh Napier: Teaching Fellow Special Interest Group has formed around technology enhanced approaches to Learning, Teaching and Assessment.
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    • Carnegie College: A new learning and teaching support department (Curriculum Innovation in Learning and Teaching) has been created
  • 5. Example: RSAMD: PG CERT in Higher Arts Education
    • TESEP used to influence the delivery model of the RSAMD PGCERT
    • Participants are encouraged to consider how they might introduce technologies to own teaching practices.
    • Example: MUSIC MATTERS
    • Example: PDP and E-PORTFOLIOs
  • 6. Action 3: Continuing Professional Development
  • 7. Action 4: Keeping Others interested in our Work
    • HE Academy book ‘Transforming Higher education through Technology Enhanced Learning’ (2009).
    • ‘ Learners in the Co-creation of Knowledge’ (LICK) (2008) published the proceedings from the event http://www2.napier.ac.uk/transform/LICK_proceedings/LICK_2008_proceedings.pdf Research Interest Group (RIG) around this area of work. http://lickrig.wetpaint.com/
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  • 8. Summary
    • Linking to Institutional Change
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    • Find ways to link project outcomes and deliverables to key institutional initiatives planned.
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    • Setup Advocate Networks for Knowledge Transfer/Embedding and Development
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    • Try to put things in place to ensure that advocate networks will exist to promote and continue to evolve your work once the project is complete.
    • Embed Outcomes in Institutional Systems and Processes
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    • Look to see if there are existing institutional processes and/or systems that your work could be designed into.