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FELTAG Coalition Group Meeting #FELTAG
Sarah Knight, Senior Co-design Manager, Student Experience, Jisc
15/03/2016
Aims for today
»To consult with Coalition members on proposals for how
the group will operate in the future
»To consult wi...
Icebreaker
» Introduce yourself to the person sat next to you
» On a post-it record:
› Why are you here, what do you want ...
Overview of agenda
»11:10 Proposals for future
working of the FE and Skills
Coalition
»11:20 Developing our digital
vision...
FE and Skills Coalition – Moving forward15/03/2016
http://padlet.com/sarahknight/FELTAG2016
Proposals for future working of the FE and Skills Coalition
»Propose the change of name to FE and Skills Coalition to
be i...
Key principles moving forward
»To enable the sharing of
effective practice from UK FE
and skills providers and
Coalition p...
What are we doing?
»The evolution of FELTAG: A
glimpse at effective practice in
UK FE and Skills (March 16)
»Share your ex...
What this means for partners
New
ideas
Consult
Develop
product
Pilot
with
users
Refine
product
15/03/2016 FELTAG Coalition...
Developing our digital visions for FE and Skills15/03/2016
Sarah Davies and Sue Attewell
15/03/2016
Learner-led engagement15/03/2016
http://padlet.com/sarahknight/FELTAG2016
Jisc digital student projects
»Phase 1 study reviewed students’ expectations and experiences of
the digital environment at...
http://bit.ly/FEdigitalstudentoutputs
»Card sort – for FE and one for Skills
»Learner profile forms – for capturing learne...
Card sort activity and learner profile
13/07/15 Enhancing your learners’ digital experience
http://bit.ly/FEdigitalstudent...
Benchmarking the student digital experience
»Jisc, NUS andTSEP
»http://bit.ly/digstudentbenchmark
25/02/16 Measuring your ...
Digital students are different posters
Enhancing the digital student experience postcards
Learner digital experience tracker
»The Learner digital experience tracker enables colleges and skills
providers to:
› gat...
Pilot providers
»Cornwall College
»Barton Perveril Sixth Form
College
»North Lindsey College
»Basingstoke College
»The She...
25/02/16 Measuring your students'digital experience
Enhancing the student digital experience
https://www.jisc.ac.uk
/guides/enhancing-
the-digital-student-
experience
Finding...
Working in partnership with our learners
»Learners in our studies saw the digital experience as an opportunity
to contribu...
Examples of current practice
»Blackburn college - Digipals
»Portsmouth college – Apple Ambassadors
»Sussex Downs College –...
Benefits of working in partnership
» Gain an experience of leadership and influencing change
» Gain experience of using re...
http://can.jiscinvolve.org @CANagogy
» The Change agents’ network supports students working as change agents, digital
pion...
Developing successful student staff partnerships
» New online guide available from:
http://bit.ly/jisc-partnership » Benef...
Summer of Student Innovation
»2013 and 2014 we funded a combined total of 41 projects.
»Jisc is continuing work with sever...
Sports Covered App
»The team:SportsStudent at a
college
»An app that outlines the laws of
various sports along with
techni...
BrightHub App
»The team: students training to
be electricians who are
seeking apprenticeships
»An app to help apprentice
e...
Connected Apprentice
»The team: learning technology
apprentices
»An app to help apprentices in
land based courses to engag...
VoiceIt
»The team: Students and staff
at a specialist college
»An accessible app for students
with special needs to report...
Accessible by design
»The team: Students and staff
from Doncaster College
»Step by step cookery cards for
supported living...
Accessible by design
»The team: Staff working with
students from the National
Star Centre
»All my access needs
remembered
...
Student Ideas Competition 2016
22/03/2016 Title of presentation (Insert > Header & Footer > Slide > Footer > Apply to all)...
SupportingTechnology Start-ups 2016
22/03/2016 Title of presentation (Insert > Header & Footer > Slide > Footer > Apply to...
Discussion prompts
»Share examples of current practice and projects
»What one thing can we do to support providers with
en...
http://digitalstudent.jiscinvolve.org
Except where otherwise noted, this work
is licensed under CC-BY-NC-ND
Find out more…...
Next steps15/03/2016
http://padlet.com/sarahknight/FELTAG2016
Next steps
»How can we work together collaboratively on key
priorities to support our community?
»Review the outputs colla...
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FELTAG Coalition Meeting 15th March

  1. 1. FELTAG Coalition Group Meeting #FELTAG Sarah Knight, Senior Co-design Manager, Student Experience, Jisc 15/03/2016
  2. 2. Aims for today »To consult with Coalition members on proposals for how the group will operate in the future »To consult with Coalition members on FE and Skills visions and to gather views to inform their implementation »To consult on new resources and products being developed by Coalition members »To agree next steps in terms of collaborative working on sector priorities »How we make a difference and support FE and Skills providers 15/03/2016 FELTAG Coalition Group Meeting
  3. 3. Icebreaker » Introduce yourself to the person sat next to you » On a post-it record: › Why are you here, what do you want to take away from today » http://padlet.com/sarahknight/FELTAG2016 - please share your ideas and reflections » #FELTAG 15/03/2016 FELTAG Coalition Group Meeting
  4. 4. Overview of agenda »11:10 Proposals for future working of the FE and Skills Coalition »11:20 Developing our digital vision for FE and Skills »12:20 How are we supporting colleges and providers with FELTAG? › Leadership, management and governance › Continuous professional development »13:15 Lunch and networking »14:00 Continuous professional development »Learner-led engagement »Curriculum Development »15:00 Next steps – how can we work together collaboratively on key priorities to support our community? »15:30 Close 15/03/2016 FELTAG Coalition Group Meeting
  5. 5. FE and Skills Coalition – Moving forward15/03/2016 http://padlet.com/sarahknight/FELTAG2016
  6. 6. Proposals for future working of the FE and Skills Coalition »Propose the change of name to FE and Skills Coalition to be inclusive of the agendas in Northern Ireland, Scotland andWales »For the wider group to meet f2f twice a year – March and October »The group to become more responsive – active use of the mailing list, #FELTAG, regular webinars, sector briefings »Set up a new Jisc involve blog to keep community updated on developments and news from the Coalition 15/03/2016 FELTAG Coalition Group Meeting
  7. 7. Key principles moving forward »To enable the sharing of effective practice from UK FE and skills providers and Coalition partners »To enhance the use of technology in supporting providers’ core business »Through: › Communication › Co-operation › Collaboration »What it means for providers: › Demonstrating quick wins › A source of guidance for what works › Facilitating the sharing of effective practice › Responsive sector briefings on key issues 15/03/2016 FELTAG Coalition Group Meeting
  8. 8. What are we doing? »The evolution of FELTAG: A glimpse at effective practice in UK FE and Skills (March 16) »Share your examples of practice for next version of this guide http://bit.ly/FELTAGpractice16 by 18 April 2016 »Senior leaders think pieces »Publish online version late June 2016 15/03/2016 FELTAG Coalition Group Meeting Available from http://bit.ly/FELTAGMarch16
  9. 9. What this means for partners New ideas Consult Develop product Pilot with users Refine product 15/03/2016 FELTAG Coalition Group Meeting A more agile approach to gathering ideas and feedback from Coalition members Create time limited user groups around key projects Range of opportunities to input on products/projects Outputs which benefit providers
  10. 10. Developing our digital visions for FE and Skills15/03/2016 Sarah Davies and Sue Attewell
  11. 11. 15/03/2016
  12. 12. Learner-led engagement15/03/2016 http://padlet.com/sarahknight/FELTAG2016
  13. 13. Jisc digital student projects »Phase 1 study reviewed students’ expectations and experiences of the digital environment at university and we spoke to 500 staff and students during our consultation (2013-2014) »We conducted a review of practice in schools to identify likely incoming expectations (2014) »In phase 2 we focused on FE speaking to 220 learners and 300 staff from colleges across the UK (2014-2015) »In phase 3 we are speaking to over 100 learners from ACL, WBL, apprenticeships and offender learners (2015-2016) »Phase 4 Online learners study, review of practice and speaking to students studying on online or partly online courses (2016 -) http://digitalstudent.jiscinvolve.org 15/03/2016 FELTAG Coalition Group Meeting
  14. 14. http://bit.ly/FEdigitalstudentoutputs »Card sort – for FE and one for Skills »Learner profile forms – for capturing learners’ technology use »Guidance on how to run focus groups with learners »Digital students are different posters »Enhancing the digital student experience postcards »Benchmarking the student digital experience »Learner voice video clips – FE and Skills learners speaking about their expectations of technology 13/07/15 Enhancing your learners’ digital experience
  15. 15. Card sort activity and learner profile 13/07/15 Enhancing your learners’ digital experience http://bit.ly/FEdigitalstudentoutputs
  16. 16. Benchmarking the student digital experience »Jisc, NUS andTSEP »http://bit.ly/digstudentbenchmark 25/02/16 Measuring your students'digital experience
  17. 17. Digital students are different posters
  18. 18. Enhancing the digital student experience postcards
  19. 19. Learner digital experience tracker »The Learner digital experience tracker enables colleges and skills providers to: › gather evidence from learners about their digital experience, and track changes over time › make better informed decisions about the digital environment › target resources for improving digital provision › plan other research, data gathering and learner engagement around digital issues › demonstrate quality enhancement and learner engagement to external bodies and to learners themselves › http://bit.ly/jiscdigidataservice 25/02/16 Measuring your students'digital experience
  20. 20. Pilot providers »Cornwall College »Barton Perveril Sixth Form College »North Lindsey College »Basingstoke College »The Sheffield College »Fife College »Harlow college »Aquinas College »KeyTraining »Michael JohnAcademy »Specialist colleges: »Royal National College for the Blind (RNC) »FairField Farm College »Surveys run from March to end of April »Analysis of data for providers and for sector 15/03/2016 FELTAG Coalition Group Meeting
  21. 21. 25/02/16 Measuring your students'digital experience
  22. 22. Enhancing the student digital experience https://www.jisc.ac.uk /guides/enhancing- the-digital-student- experience Findingsfrom FE DigitalStudentproject and 50 snapshotsof currentpracticefrom colleges http://digitalstudent.jis cinvolve.org/wp/exem plars/fe-snapshot- case-studies/ Updated online guide available from: 09/09/15 Enhancing your learners’ digital experience
  23. 23. Working in partnership with our learners »Learners in our studies saw the digital experience as an opportunity to contribute and get involved »Digital engagement methods such as social media, padlets, twitter walls, vox pops etc are popular... »Digital learners are different – it is important that the experience of different groups is represented »Learners can get involved in different ways e.g. champions, change agents, digital leaders, digital ambassadors, student fellows, student ambassadors, student partners, student researchers, co- designers, co-creators, co-developers »This is an issue which can help change relationships between staff and students 15/03/2016
  24. 24. Examples of current practice »Blackburn college - Digipals »Portsmouth college – Apple Ambassadors »Sussex Downs College – Student digital leaders »Barnet and Southgate College - DigiDesk initiative »Leeds City College – digital leaders & involvement of SU »Harlow College – digital champions »Prospects College ofAdvancedTechnology - digital learning ambassadors »Oldham College – digital leaders starting in Sept 16 15/03/2016 FELTAG Coalition Group Meeting
  25. 25. Benefits of working in partnership » Gain an experience of leadership and influencing change » Gain experience of using research to shape change » Students can gain recognition through awards such as leadership awards, extra- curricular awards and awards accredited through external bodies » Increases confidence and skills (e.g. communication, team-working, management, research skills) » Enhances networking with e.g. employers, community » Improved employability and job prospects Benefits for learners: 29/06/2015 Driving institutional change through staff-student partnership
  26. 26. http://can.jiscinvolve.org @CANagogy » The Change agents’ network supports students working as change agents, digital pioneers, student fellows and students working in partnership with staff on technology related change projects » Over 420 members subscribed to the CAN community mailing list » Facilitates the sharing of best practice through › Support for face to face networking events – 2 June, University of Lincoln › CAN webinars › CAN case studies – 10 institutional case studies now available » Developing successful student staff partnerships online guide - http://bit.ly/jisc- partnership » Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change » SEDA accredited Jisc Institutional Change Leader online course What is the Change agents’ network (CAN)? 10/09/2015 From pilot to embedded practice: Scaling up and embedding learner as change agent initiatives
  27. 27. Developing successful student staff partnerships » New online guide available from: http://bit.ly/jisc-partnership » Benefits of student-staff partnerships » Quick start » Viewpoints implementation framework, resources and guidance › Partnership setup › Partnership implementation › Capabilities, development and accreditation › Sustaining and embedding partnerships based on evaluation of impact » Case studies » Webinars » Other agency initiatives
  28. 28. Summer of Student Innovation »2013 and 2014 we funded a combined total of 41 projects. »Jisc is continuing work with several of these projects, a number of which we are exploring the possibility of offering them as a Jisc shared service. »Three projects are now delivering products and services being used by universities and colleges. »In 2015 we funded 21 ideas projects and 4 start-ups projects selected from 80 ideas. »Five ideas are being developed into products by Jisc and two start-ups are now delivering products to universities. http://sosi.jiscinvolve.org/ 15/03/2016 FELTAG Coalition Group Meeting
  29. 29. Sports Covered App »The team:SportsStudent at a college »An app that outlines the laws of various sports along with technique points allowing the user to analyse their performance Heart of Worcestershire College 2/03/2016 Summer of Student Innovation
  30. 30. BrightHub App »The team: students training to be electricians who are seeking apprenticeships »An app to help apprentice electricians to engage with employers so they can secure an apprenticeship Yeovil College 2/03/2016 Summer of Student Innovation
  31. 31. Connected Apprentice »The team: learning technology apprentices »An app to help apprentices in land based courses to engage with employers Sparsholt College 2/03/2016 Summer of Student Innovation
  32. 32. VoiceIt »The team: Students and staff at a specialist college »An accessible app for students with special needs to report issues anonymously or give feedback »The app will be able to report life issues such as bullying, relationships, family etc. Treloar College 2/03/2016 Summer of Student Innovation
  33. 33. Accessible by design »The team: Students and staff from Doncaster College »Step by step cookery cards for supported living which uses augmented reality to provide video instructions »Attracting interested from chefs, publishers and local council UCanCook -The Augmented Reality Cookbook »The team: Computing students and staff from Shipley College »Tactile representations of scratch visual programming produced using a 3D printer »Run a course project developed by the students »Wide application Visual Programming for the Visually Impaired 15/03/2016 FELTAG Coalition Group Meeting
  34. 34. Accessible by design »The team: Staff working with students from the National Star Centre »All my access needs remembered »An architecture for an accessible IT profile to configure access across locations My Access Passport - M.A.P. »https://www.jisc.ac.uk/rd/proje cts/accessible- by-design »See project videos at http://bit.ly/1WjkaAH 15/03/2016 FELTAG Coalition Group Meeting Find out more…
  35. 35. Student Ideas Competition 2016 22/03/2016 Title of presentation (Insert > Header & Footer > Slide > Footer > Apply to all) 35 »Open to all learners in universities, colleges or learning providers. »15 successful teams will receive £2000 and to attend a 4 day design sprint 8-11 August. »A pitches day on the 23 August will select 5 ideas to be developed into products and receive a further £3000. »Further information see https://jisc.ac.uk/student-innovation
  36. 36. SupportingTechnology Start-ups 2016 22/03/2016 Title of presentation (Insert > Header & Footer > Slide > Footer > Apply to all) 36 »Open to established teams with existing products seeking to further pilot their product within colleges, universities or skills providers. »Up to 5 selected teams with receive £20,000 and participate in a 6 month pre-accelerator programme. »Further information see https://jisc.ac.uk/student-innovation
  37. 37. Discussion prompts »Share examples of current practice and projects »What one thing can we do to support providers with engaging their learners in the development of the digital curriculum and environment? »http://padlet.com/sarahknight/FELTAG2016 15/03/2016 FELTAG Coalition Group Meeting
  38. 38. http://digitalstudent.jiscinvolve.org Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under CC-BY-NC-ND Find out more… Digital Student #digitalstudent 15/03/2016 FELTAG Coalition Group Meeting Sarah Knight Sarah.knight@jisc.ac.uk
  39. 39. Next steps15/03/2016 http://padlet.com/sarahknight/FELTAG2016
  40. 40. Next steps »How can we work together collaboratively on key priorities to support our community? »Review the outputs collated from the vision activity and what you have heard today: ›What can you do to progress work in this area/support colleges and providers moving forward? ›Who else does this need to be involved? »Share your ideas with colleagues on your table 15/03/2016

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