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Open cross-institutional academic CPD, expectations and value: a recent example – UNLOCKING THE POTENTIAL

Bring Your Own Devices for Learning (BYOD4L) is an open development opportunity for educators and students, developed by academic developers in two institutions. It builds on open learning ecologies (Jackson, 2013), the concept of lifewide learning (Jackson, 2014) and the ethos of sharing, collaboration and co-creation of pedagogical interventions and collective innovation within a supportive community enabled through social media.

BYOD4L brought individuals together to learn how they can use their smart devices for learning through reflection and active experimentation. BYOD4L has been offered twice so far, initially with a group of distributed facilitators and then with five participating institutions. Expectations and value of BYOD4L from both iterations will be shared with delegates. The open CPD framework developed maximised on the expertise and the resources available by the community and participating individuals and institutions and created a rich and diverse and multimodal learning ecology. This is the approach adopted in BYOD4L.

Does the open cross-institutional CPD framework developed present an attractive solution for institutions more widely that has the potential to normalise the use of technology for learning?

Open cross-institutional academic CPD, expectations and value: a recent example – UNLOCKING THE POTENTIAL

Bring Your Own Devices for Learning (BYOD4L) is an open development opportunity for educators and students, developed by academic developers in two institutions. It builds on open learning ecologies (Jackson, 2013), the concept of lifewide learning (Jackson, 2014) and the ethos of sharing, collaboration and co-creation of pedagogical interventions and collective innovation within a supportive community enabled through social media.

BYOD4L brought individuals together to learn how they can use their smart devices for learning through reflection and active experimentation. BYOD4L has been offered twice so far, initially with a group of distributed facilitators and then with five participating institutions. Expectations and value of BYOD4L from both iterations will be shared with delegates. The open CPD framework developed maximised on the expertise and the resources available by the community and participating individuals and institutions and created a rich and diverse and multimodal learning ecology. This is the approach adopted in BYOD4L.

Does the open cross-institutional CPD framework developed present an attractive solution for institutions more widely that has the potential to normalise the use of technology for learning?

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Open cross institutional academic cpd, expectations and value. a recent example – unlocking the potential

  1. 1. Open cross-institutional academic CPD, expectations and value: a recent example – UNLOCKING THE POTENTIAL Chrissi Nerantzi Academic Developer Manchester Metropolitan University @chrissinerantzi Sue Beckingham Academic Developer Sheffield Hallam University @suebecks 19th Annual SEDA Conference 13-14 November 2014, Nottingham artwork by Ellie Livermore January 2014 July 2014 January 2015 5C Framework (Nerantzi & Beckingham, 2014) DEVELOPING A SCALABLE OPEN AND COLLABORATIVE CROSS-INSTITUTIONAL CPD MODEL cross- institutional #BYOD4L 12 – 16 Jan 15 Is your institution joining us? http://byod4learning.wordpress.com/

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