DDL meeting Oct12 Outcomes


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Outcomes of discussions at the DDL programme meeting, Birmingham, 16th October 2012.

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DDL meeting Oct12 Outcomes

  1. 1. What do we need to join up / do better?• this afternoon is all about: – how can we make our outputs better? – how can we join them up more effectively?• it’s not about – doing something new
  2. 2. What do we need to join up / do better?• Conceptual frameworks? Does diversity matter? – Quizzes/diagnostic tools hang off conceptual frameworks – Need for a common language?• Materials on using specific tech in academic settings• Organisational change models – Bring together into a toolkit/guidance? Do we need another (what’s different about DL?)• Work with employers / work with the community sector - how to broker these conversations better?• Employability story – Students need to be fluent, confident, entrepreneurial: are we articulating this clearly?
  3. 3. What are we really offering?• Conceptual frameworks - understand DLs / understand your DL setting• Competence frameworks (for staff and students) - map what you’re doing already and fill the gaps• Staff development resources - try these• Student development resources - try these• Case studies, examples - this is what ‘doing DL development well’ looks like• Themes, findings and lessons learned - this is how it was for us (+recommendations for you)• Models and methods for embedding digital literacies institutionally - recommendations, ways of working
  4. 4. What are we really offering? Design studio pages
  5. 5. What is the promise?•Employability•Self-assessment/self-development materials•Digitally literate organisation•Teaching/curriculum team: open this box for...•(Soon-to-be) graduate: be your best...•other...
  6. 6. Stage 1: define the promise•2.25-2.45 in groups (you can go to another room with your poster)•The promise (one sentence/phrase)?•Who is it being promised to?•How will it help them?•What should be in the box? (Ideally, from the user’s point of view)•Nominate somebody to feed back
  7. 7. Stage 2: what is really in the box?•2.45-3.10 (all posters in main room)•Add project outputs as post-its to the posters•Make sure you include your project name on outputs•Get around to all the posters•Go back to your original poster and review (ready to feed back)
  8. 8. Stage 3: feedback/pitch•(3.10-3.30 - tea and continue making links from this morning)•Feedback from posters: – What are you offering? – How does it help users meet challenges identified at the start?
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