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Perspectives on implementing a vision for developing staff digital capability

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This talk presents two different approaches to operationalising a strategic vision around the development of staff digital capability, from both higher and further education contexts.

You will be able to hear from one university and one college who will outline their vision for staff digital capability, discuss their approaches and strategies to achieving that vision, and highlight the lessons learnt.

We'll end the workshop with a Q&A and discussion.

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Perspectives on implementing a vision for developing staff digital capability

  1. 1. Perspectives on implementing a vision for staff digital capability
  2. 2. > >Slide Aims of this session > To present two approaches to the implementation of a strategic vision for staff digital capability > To provide opportunities for discussion around these approaches > To showcase Jisc resources supporting organisational approaches to digital capability 15/03/2017 Perspectives on implementing a vision for staff digital capability2
  3. 3. > >Slide Overview > Two perspectives: > Salford City College, Deborah Millar, Director for digital learning and IT services > University College London, Steve Rowett, Digital education developments team leader > Plenary panel Q&A 15/03/2017 Perspectives on implementing a vision for staff digital capability3
  4. 4. > >Slide New for Digifest > Updated digital capability framework > Seven new or updated role profiles > Library and information professional > Learning technology mapping > FE teacher (and HE teacher, mapped to UKPSF) > Organisational approaches to digital capability > Audit tool and checklist, curriculum checklist > Organisational framework > Step-by-step model towards organisational digital capability > 14 case studies 15/03/2017 Perspectives on implementing a vision for staff digital capability4 All available from: http://ji.sc/building-digicap
  5. 5. > >Slide New for Digifest > Launching today > ‘Developing organisational approaches to digital capability’ print briefing > Coming soon > Detailed online guide > See project blog for updates on all new developments: https://digitalcapability.jiscinvolve.org 15/03/2017 Perspectives on implementing a vision for staff digital capability5 All available from: http://ji.sc/building-digicap
  6. 6. > >Slide Updates for Digifest > Digital capability discovery tool > http://bit.ly/digcapdiscovery > Pilot phase > 15 institutions > February – June 2017 > Follow #digitalcapability onTwitter > UseTodaysMeet to share your questions, takeaways and reflections: > https://todaysmeet.com/approaches 15/03/2017 Perspectives on implementing a vision for staff digital capability6
  7. 7. > >Slide Salford City College Deborah Millar, Director for digital learning and IT services 15/03/2017 Perspectives on implementing a vision for staff digital capability7
  8. 8. > >Slide > http://prezi.com/zrahjhiww2xj/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy 15/03/2017 Perspectives on implementing a vision for staff digital capability8
  9. 9. > >Slide University College London Steve Rowett, Digital education developments team leader 15/03/2017 Perspectives on implementing a vision for staff digital capability9
  10. 10. Staff digital capabilities: vision and reality Steve Rowett / Jeremy Bentham @srowett / @panopticam @ucldigied / @ucl_teaching / @ucl
  11. 11. Institutional context  Large, research-based  Strong disciplinary differences  Powerful departments & autonomous academics  Little command & control, historically...  The greatest happiness of the greatest number
  12. 12. Your strategy What three words describe your staff digital capability strategy? www.menti.com Code: 65 16 69
  13. 13. Pre-2012: Ad hoc/opportunistic/ accidental/emergent Post-2012: Planned/intentional/ strategic UCL’s strategy
  14. 14. Key events 2002 – HEFCE funding 2009 – Move to Moodle 2010 – E-learning baseline 2012 – First standalone e-learning strategy 2016 – Educational development is accepted
  15. 15. In the beginning Image: http://fav.me/d5yhjwg
  16. 16. • Pick and mix
  17. 17. IT Courses
  18. 18. Open Learning Centre
  19. 19. Faculty support
  20. 20. E-learning Support
  21. 21. New era of strategic alignment Image: https://www.flickr.com/photos/aidanmorgan/4204877203
  22. 22. The baseline era
  23. 23. Training for administrators & CMALT
  24. 24. E-learning Champions
  25. 25. Online learning – the BLOOC
  26. 26. Online training: Lynda.com In-house
  27. 27. UCL Digifest & #LearnHack
  28. 28. Curriculum Design - ABC
  29. 29. A new Arena
  30. 30. • Pick and mix
  31. 31. UCL’s iconic quad was started in 1827…. …Which year was it declared complete? www.menti.com Code: 65 16 69 Give your guess and email address to win your own pick'n'mix game
  32. 32. A new Arena
  33. 33. Arena Digital in Arena Arena Digital Arena Digital Scholarship
  34. 34. Arena Digital
  35. 35. Arena ‘Digital Scholarship’… • TEL, but also • Social Media • Research/data skills • Media literacy • ‘App literacy’
  36. 36. What works? (what do people like…)
  37. 37. The purple one (favourites) • Champions • ABC • Lynda • BLOOC • Arena
  38. 38. The strawberry cream (losers) • Open Learning Centre • Faculty support • Drop-in surgeries
  39. 39. The mixed bag • Face-to-face training • Digifest • LearnHack • CMALT
  40. 40. Next steps • Build on the favourites • Work on the mixed bag • Be more strategic
  41. 41. And the winner is…
  42. 42. Staff digital capabilities: vision and reality Steve Rowett / Jeremy Bentham @srowett / @panopticam @ucldigied / @ucl_teaching / @ucl
  43. 43. > >Slide jisc.ac.uk Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under CC-BY-NC-ND > > Steve Rowett Jeremy Bentham 15/03/2017 Title of presentation (Insert > Header & Footer > Slide > Footer > Apply to all)47Slide
  44. 44. > >Slide jisc.ac.uk Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under CC-BY-NC-ND > > UseTodaysMeet to share your questions, takeaways and reflections: https://todaysmeet.com/approaches Questions for our panel 15/03/2017 Perspectives on implementing a vision for staff digital capabilitySlide
  45. 45. > >Slide jisc.ac.uk Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under CC-BY-NC-ND > > Lisa Gray Senior co-design manager lisa.gray@jisc.ac.uk Contact 15/03/2017 Perspectives on implementing a vision for staff digital capability49Slide

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