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Digital Leaders - Integrating digital into leadership programmes at the University of York. Susan Halfpenny

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Integrating digital into leadership programmes at the University of York.
Susan Halfpenny, Teaching and Learning Manager, University of York; Michelle Blake, head of relationship management, University of York

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Digital Leaders - Integrating digital into leadership programmes at the University of York. Susan Halfpenny

  1. 1. Digital Leaders Integrating digital in York’s leadership programmes Michelle Blake Head of Relationship Management
  2. 2. The University Strategy Key Objectives 1. To be a world leader in research 2. To offer outstanding teaching and learning 3. To offer all our students an outstanding and valuable experience Supporting objectives 1. To be sufficiently large to be excellent, resilient and financially stable 2. To be organised in the most efficient and effective way 3. To work effectively with other organisations and stakeholders
  3. 3. Context “We still have a large part of the University workforce … who lack the skills to make the best use of the IT facilities available to them. This results in ‘fossilised’ ways of doing things as individuals are unwilling or unable to use any tools other than the ones they are familiar with.” “Digital leadership featured strongly ... both as a positive feature of effective organisations and (lack of good leadership) being a huge barrier to progress.” “Leaders need to feel confident in their own digital capabilities, especially in relation to digital presentation, reputation management, and networking.” Beetham, Helen (2015) Deepening digital know-how, building digital talent. JISC. http://repository.jisc.ac.uk/6259/1/Deepening_Digital_Knowledge.pdf “...those who disengage have a disproportionate effect on the efficiency of those working in new ways.” University of York IT Strategy IT Strategy 2017/18 – 2019/20 “Senior managers in many organisations remain to be convinced and inspired by digital technology.”
  4. 4. Student Digital Literacy Blended Digital Literacy Programme York Pedagogy Projects Teaching Excellence Framework Employability Strategy & the York Award Student Partnership Agreement Drivers Student Leadership Programme Integrated Embedded Generic Approaches Support for StudentsSupport for Staff Teaching materials database Enhancement workshops Supporting Student DL website Programme Design Document Digital Skills Guides Generic Teaching Software Support Sites Online Tutorials Outputs
  5. 5. Staff Digital Literacy Information Services Digital Leaders Digital Scholarship Training Pathways Projects York Pedagogy University Strategies Information Services Strategies Drivers Induction for New Academics Bibliometrics Project PGR Training Review Ref Man Review IPC Case Study Customer ProfilesJourney Mapping EnablersDelivery Mechanisms Student Induction Compliance TrainingStaff Training Staff Induction Programme Leaders Digital Skills Guides Digital Skills Training Bespoke TrainingDigital Skills Toolkit Software support sites Consultations RET Programme Information Security Enhancement workshops PGCAP Student Blended Digital Literacy Understanding Academics Digital Literacy Framework Digital Citizenship Foundations
  6. 6. Library & Archives Building Digital Skills
  7. 7. Digital Literacy Training Pathways
  8. 8. Digital Scholarship
  9. 9. Digital Leaders
  10. 10. Leadership in Action
  11. 11. We wanted participates to: Develop a better understanding of how leaders can harness digital tools. Better understand the impact that digital tools have on the leadership role Develop an action plan with their own priorities for developing digital skills
  12. 12. Starting point No technology used in the course Printed course materials No reference to working in the digital age > No
  13. 13. Focus group
  14. 14. Quick Wins Use of Google Applications to streamline course administration. Including the use of Calendar, Drive, Sheets and Forms.
  15. 15. Staff Training To build confidence with the use of Google Applications we delivered training to all members of the Learning and Development team. This was received positively by the group.
  16. 16. Digital Coach Participants on the course were paired with a buddy who identified themselves as having strong (or weak) digital skills. The aim was that they would be able to mentor each other to build digital capabilities.
  17. 17. Self Diagnostic Attitudes & Behaviours Teamwork & Collaboration Use of Generic Applications Smart Working @ YorkEthics & Security Information, Media & Data Innovation & Communication Continuing Professional Development
  18. 18. Workshop Building a collaborative culture Measuring impact and demonstrating value Communicating your vision Bringing staff on board
  19. 19. Digital Leaders Toolkit
  20. 20. Feedback Feedback has been very positive on all aspects of our involvement so far including the session itself, our support with setting up the course, the self- diagnostic and the digital toolkit.
  21. 21. Next steps More work needs to be undertaken to weave the digital strand throughout the Leadership in Action programme. Conversations underway about extending this to other courses delivered by the Learning and Development team. A presentation by Susan Halfpenny

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