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Lilac, April 2012, part 2


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Lilac, April 2012, part 2

  1. 1. Viewpoints Information Skills Workshop An opportunity for you to take part in an Information Skills themed workshop taster.
  2. 2. Task 1 (5 minutes)o Consider your group scenario and record your objective(s).
  3. 3. Task 2 – Select principles (5 minutes) Choose any cards you think might help you address your group’s objective(s).
  4. 4. Task 3 – Map principles to studentlearning timeline 5 minutes) Place the cards on the student timeline, where your group thinks relevant, considering the student perspective.
  5. 5. Task 4 – Select implementation ideas and tailor a solution (15 minutes)o Turn over the most important card(s) and select ideas.o Add own ideas or comments in order to tailor the examples.o Note any overall action points and reflections.
  6. 6. Task 5 - Share outputs and feedback (5mins) o One or two members from each group briefly feed back your key findings / experiences of using the assessment and feedback theme to consider your group objective|(s). o Survey
  7. 7. Brief sharing of experiences andevaluation findings from ViewpointsProject.
  8. 8. Shared meanings and priorities
  9. 9. Interactive and engaging
  10. 10. Facilitated discussions
  11. 11. Informative and supporting
  12. 12. Helps build effective teams
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  15. 15. Some Quotes“Thought provoking.”“Good to see the plan in front of you.”“Short sessions exploring ideas - very useful.”“Enjoyed it – not too time-consuming and time used very well.”“Good material supplied to encourage wider consideration.”"Got the team to brainstorm about the way forward in relationto creativity.”“Better face to face interaction with course team.”
  16. 16. Some Quotes“Easy tool – visually descriptive, illustrative”“…Resources excellent prompts”“Suggestion cards act as a good prompt”“Cards aided formulation of ideas”“Accessible and easy to use. Comprehensiveand guiding.”“Look at the holistic approach.”“Group participation/engagement on ideas”“Being given the time to reflect.”“Useful prompts and discussion.”
  17. 17. Concluding consolidation/discussion: sharing ideas foruse of these resources in other institutions.
  18. 18. Further informationViewpoints project blog: resources site: Alan Masson, Project Director - O’Donnell, Academic E-Learning Consultant - Vilinda Ross, Research Fellow - Digital Literacies Digital Literacies Workshop materials Workshop-materials