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Reaching the masses: the evolution of IL delivery at The University of Hull - Michael Latham & Mike Ewen

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Reaching the masses: the evolution of IL delivery at The University of Hull - Michael Latham & Mike Ewen

  1. 1. REACHING THE MASSES The Evolution of IL Delivery at the University of Hull Dr Michael Latham Mike Ewen (@mike_ewen) @HullUni_Library
  2. 2. The Past 10 – 30 minute presentations Factored as part of busy induction week Reliant on historic contacts No feedback or chance for follow up
  3. 3. Embedded IL model Bad Independent Learners Staff Time Transferable Skills Patchy Coverage Good Subject Specific Module Requirements
  4. 4. Bad Subject Relevancy Less mandatory Good Open for reuse Independent learners Confidence across platforms Staff – no experts Employability Generic IL model
  5. 5. Employability Generic Subject A Concept of IL Transferability (Latham & Ewen, 2015)
  6. 6. Induction Session Spotlight Workshop Masterclass One to One Appointments Formal Peer Support Online Resources Informal Peer Support Model of IL Delivery at the University of Hull
  7. 7. Advertising Ongoing Redevelopment Promotion from departments Meeting student expectations Challenges Faced
  8. 8. Review “Very useful. Thank you. Well done” “The tutor was amazing” “Fine. Got help and kept on track” “Good to have students' first hand experience” “A big thank you for delivering such brilliant sessions” “Fantastic as always!” “It was very helpful and everything was very clear!” Review
  9. 9. Group to review the model and adapt it Maximise use of physical and virtual environment Pre-Registration Induction Faculty co-operation Next Steps

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