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This presentation was delivered for the School of Social Sciences School Meeting in June 2020. It overviews a guide developed in response to the COVID-19 period and the transitions to digital teaching required during this time. The guide builds upon a decade of technology-enhanced learning practices and existing research to provide practical and usable guidance for developing a supportive learning culture in online spaces. It extends learning dialogues beyond the classroom to consider using social media spaces for enhanced connect and a stronger sense of community and belonging.

In the spirit of digital scholarship, the guide is open access, live and ongoing: https://tinyurl.com/digitallearningcultures

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  1. 1. A guide to co-creating digital learning cultures Jenna Condie & Ana Rodas
  2. 2. https://tinyurl.com/digital learningcultures Open for comments
  3. 3. Flickr: Cindy Underhill (CC BY 2.0) https://tinyurl.com/digital learningculturesBeyond platforms to pedagogies and practices
  4. 4. • How are you connecting up what you are doing (the tech you are using) into a learning narrative that makes sense, and works for students? • Adapted from White (2020) https://tinyurl.com/digital learningcultures From content to contact Identity Community Belonging Flickr: hobvias sudoneighm (CC BY 2.0)
  5. 5. Practical & Usable Activities to embed within learning your content https://tinyurl.com/digital learningcultures
  6. 6. Practical & Usable Examples that have worked in practice https://tinyurl.com/digital learningcultures
  7. 7. Live and ongoing • Spring semester examples of teaching & learning digitally • SoSS T&L hangouts https://tinyurl.com/digital learningcultures Flickr: Mhobl CC BY-ND 2.0
  8. 8. A guide to co-creating digital learning cultures Jenna Condie & Ana Rodas

This presentation was delivered for the School of Social Sciences School Meeting in June 2020. It overviews a guide developed in response to the COVID-19 period and the transitions to digital teaching required during this time. The guide builds upon a decade of technology-enhanced learning practices and existing research to provide practical and usable guidance for developing a supportive learning culture in online spaces. It extends learning dialogues beyond the classroom to consider using social media spaces for enhanced connect and a stronger sense of community and belonging. In the spirit of digital scholarship, the guide is open access, live and ongoing: https://tinyurl.com/digitallearningcultures

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