Developing Digital Literacies: final JISC national workshop

A free workshop from the JISC e-Learning Programme on developing digital literacies is taking place on 22nd February 2012 in Edinburgh. This will be the sixth and final workshop in the successful series of national JISC workshops on developing learners and learning organisations for the 21st Century. The workshop is being run in partnership with the JISC Regional Support Centre for Scotland.

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The workshop will offer the latest in organisational thinking and educational development around digital literacies. Participants will hear the outcomes of recent JISC-funded activity in this area and be given the chance to share their own experiences through structured activities. Proven resources in support of staff and curriculum development and institutional change will be available to download, adapt and use in participants’ own contexts of work.

The workshops will be suitable for:

Educational professionals with an interest in and responsibility for digital literacy. They may be located in:
e-learning teams; library/learning resource teams; educational or learning development; academic departments; careers/employability teams; outreach teams; other support services; quality; senior management.

The workshops will be facilitated by Dr Rhona Sharpe and Dr Greg Benfield (Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development, Oxford Brookes University) of the recent JISC Supporting Learners in a Digital Age (SLiDA) study, together with representatives from the JISC Regional Support Centre in Scotland.

Resources from the national workshops are now available at the JISC Design Studio.

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We look forward to seeing you there!

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