Welcome and introductionsDavid Baume and Helen Beetham who I’m sure many of you will know have significant expertise in staff and educational development and have been key contributors to the UKPSF work we are talking about todayMe – involved in supporting a range of Jiscprogrammes and developing resources from outputs and findings of these.
Jisc has a key role in the sector to help drive innovation in UK education and research through the effective use of digital technologies. Through a range of programmes we are able to develop and share knowledge and resources to support new approaches and we are working through partnerships and collaborations with institutions and sector bodies to build capacity across the sector and support change. These collaborations are key to better embedding new knowledge and thinking and we have taken new approaches by working with and through professional associations that represent a large number of staff roles in the HE sector. A shining example has been through the DDL programme, a 2 yrprog which aims to promote the development of coherent, inclusive approaches to digital capability within the sector. Alongside 12 institutional projects, we’ve been working with 10 associations. NEXT SLIDE.Having them involved in this work has brought a cross-fertilisation of expertise which will ultimately add value to their services to members and enhance and better embed knowledge and resources to support technology-enhanced practice. BACK TO SLIDE.As a result of this collaborative approach the associations involved in this programme, led by SEDA, have worked together to develop this work around the UKPSF. Jisc’s role has been to enable and facilitate rather than lead so the ownership is very much with these organisations. What this resource does in essence is to provide a UKPSF lens on resources supporting digital practice so it is fully contextualised for you as users. Have included link to the Design Studio from which many resources have been drawn for further background and emergent outputs and outcomes from the DDL programme.
Hand over to David to say a bit more about the Associations work and particularly how this resource has emerged.
Jisc webinar: Implementing the UKPSF in the digital university
Before we startWhich best describes your role?A. Staff and educational developmentB. Lecturer/course leaderC. Supporting/managing e-learning or technology-enhanced learningD. Professional services eg library, careers, student supportE. Other – please use chat box to give detail17/04/2013 Developing Digital Literacies slide 1
Webinar: Implementing the UKPSF in the Digital University April 17th 2013 1-2pm (BST) Presenter names David Baume, Higher Education Consultant Helen Beetham, e-Learning Consultant Marianne Sheppard, Researcher/Analyst, Jisc infoNet17/04/2013 Venue Name: Go to View menu > Header and Footer to change slide 2
Session outline Overview of how this resource has evolved - Marianne Sheppard and David Baume (10 mins) Walk-though (10 mins) Activity (10 mins) Discussion and feedback on the resource (15 mins) Mapping the UKPSF elements to digital literacy development - Helen Beetham (10 mins) Next steps and close17/04/2013 Developing Digital Literacies slide 3
Developing the Digital University Driving innovation in UK education and research through the effective use of digital technologies Develop and share knowledge and resources to support new approaches Working through partnerships and collaborations to respond to needs and support change Developing Digital Literacies programme aims to promote the development of coherent, inclusive approaches to digital capability 12 institutional projects and 10 professional associations Associations and professional bodies = key role as embedders UKPSF work led by SEDA and shared across the prof associations Contextualising resources which support digital practice Design Studio http://bit.ly/jiscdsddl + #jiscdiglit17/04/2013 Developing Digital Literacies slide 4
Professional AssociationsThe sector bodies and professional associations Jisc is working with initially include: Association for Learning Standing Conference on Development in Higher Academic Practice (SCAP) Education (ALDinHE) Staff Development Forum Association for Learning (SDF) Technology (ALT) Staff and Educational Association of University Development Association Administrators (AUA) (SEDA) Heads of Educational Society of College, National Development Group (HEDG) and University Libraries Organisational Development in (SCONUL) Higher Education Group (ODHE) Vitae17/04/2013 Developing Digital Literacies slide 5
Jisc & Professional Associations Guide toImplementing the UKPSFin the Digital UniversityThe process, the product, the futureDavid Baumedavid@davidbaume.com
Jisc & Professional Associations Guide toImplementing the UKPSFin the Digital University1. Defining and scoping the Guide2. Inviting Professional Association (PA) partners3. Commissioning resource guides for teachers and developers4. Commissioning case studies from PAs5. Each PA summarised work on digital literacies6. Editing and publication7. Further development
1 Defining and scoping the Guide• “…describe, explain and illustrate some ways in which the development of digital literacies (DL) / fluency can be demonstrated in each of the areas of activity, core knowledge and professional values of the UKPSF”• Main elements: Overview of UKPSF; Annotated links to existing resources mainly for teachers and mainly for developers; Commissioned case studies; PAs’ work on DL
2 Inviting Professional Association(PA) partners• Case studies invited from PAs: – Association for Learning Development in Higher Education (ALDinHE), Association for Learning Technology (ALT), Association of University Administrators (AUA), Heads of Educational Development Group (HEDG), Heads of eLearning Forum (HELF), Organisational Development in Higher Education Group (ODHE), Standing Conference on Academic Practice (SCAP), Staff Development Forum (SDF), Staff and Educational Development Association (SEDA), Society of College, National and University Libraries (SCONUL), Vitae• Most PAs were able to take part despite the tight schedule
3 Commissioning resource guidesfor teachers and developers• Peter Hartley and Helen Beetham• Did a fine job of locating useful resources for each UKPSF element and commenting on their use• On reflection, is the distinction between resources for developers and teachers useful?
4 Commissioning case studies fromPAs• “… a rich, detailed and valuable account of some of the many ways in which PGCert and CPD practice is implementing the UKPSF in the digital university …”
7 Further development• More case studies• More resources for teachers and developers• Each indexed to relevant element(s) of the UKPSF• Extended account of PAs’ work to develop digital literacy• What else?
UKPSF and the Digital University Walk-through17/04/2013 Developing Digital Literacies slide 13
Activity Look at some resources relating to a particular UKPSF element – Resources for Developers or Resources for Teachers (5 mins) Think of a resource that isn’t listed that you have found useful to your practice Submit your suggestion via Resources Submission Form (5 mins)NB Minimise your Collaborate window (don’t close as this would end yoursession!)Keep your headphones/audio on so you can hear us calling you back intothe room.Any questions, please type in the chat.17/04/2013 Developing Digital Literacies slide 14
Feedback and discussionWhat types resources are/would be most useful to you in your role?A. Case studiesB. ToolkitsC. Models and frameworksD. ‘Hands on’ staff development resourcesE. Other (please type in the chat)17/04/2013 Developing Digital Literacies slide 15
Feedback and discussionWhat developments would help improve this site for you?A. Different structureB. Different types of examplesC. Different navigationD. Options to collaborateE. OtherPlease elaborate in the chat17/04/2013 Developing Digital Literacies slide 16
Feedback and discussionHow do you see the framework being used in your university?Share your ideas in the chat or types some text on the whiteboard17/04/2013 Developing Digital Literacies slide 17
Further Development More case studies More resources for teachers and developers Each indexed to relevant element(s) of the UKPSF Extended account of PAs’ work to develop digital literacy What else?17/04/2013 Developing Digital Literacies slide 25
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