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Are we there yet? Peter Hickey


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Are we there yet? Peter Hickey

  1. 1. Are we there yet? Peter Hickey University College Dublin LILAC16, Dublin, 22 March 2016
  2. 2. Reviewed our practices
  3. 3. Reframed Role New T&L Strategy 2012
  4. 4. Supporting Academic Programmes Conversation with Programme Co-ordinator Identify Need Target Core Modules Teaching Support Menu Online Self-Directed Librarian Facilitated Academic Tutor Led
  5. 5. What's Working well?
  6. 6. Expert Leads eLearning Orientation & Welcome Endnote Problem Based LearningAcademic Integrity Accreditation Game Based Learning Systematic Reviews Teaching Spaces Social Media Measurement & Assessment Evidence Based MedicineTeaching Support Menu Emerging Technologies
  7. 7. Your active development of collaborative expertise, your development and sharing of significant and impactful approaches and resources that enhance the learning of students and the teaching skills of academics your contribution to national strategic goals and your active championing of and knowledge in high level information literacy have all been noted by the panel as exemplary
  8. 8. Feedback
  9. 9. be more careful with the structure of my lit review structure a plan and checklist for lit review add more analysis to my current research
  10. 10. What's Challenging
  11. 11. Mapping to programme Workload balance Critical conversations Demonstrating value
  12. 12. Programmes are not equal
  13. 13. Critical conversations
  14. 14. Critical conversations
  15. 15. Critical conversations
  16. 16. Workloads
  17. 17. Moving on
  18. 18. Keep it simple Follow the programme
  19. 19. Keep it simple
  20. 20. Do we really want to go there!
  21. 21. Thank you, Peter Hickey Photo credits John Hickey: BenGrantham The Strypes. Little Victories, 2015 All other photos are original by the author