Author Archives: Helen Beetham

About Helen Beetham

I work as synthesis consultant on the JISC Curriculum Design programme, as well as advising on a number of other strands of the JISC e-learning programme. I work on a Digital Literacies project at the University of Exeter.

Digital capabilities at Digifest: reports from Brighton, North Lindsey and Nottingham

Originally posted on Jisc digital capability codesign challenge blog.

We were at Digifest in Birmingham last week to launch the new and updated Digital capability resources, including a brand new series of organisational case studies and a synthesis report on their experiences. Key players from three of our case study institutions were there with us on Tuesday to speak about their experiences. Fiona Handley … Read more

Case studies: journeys towards digital expertise

Originally posted on Jisc digital capability codesign challenge blog.

New and updated resources in this post: Case studies: Anglia Ruskin University: A digital literacy framework for staff and students Bournemouth University: A new vision for learning University of Brighton: Digital literacies in professional development and the curriculum Epping Forest: Unleashing student creativity Glasgow Caledonian University: A focus on flexible curriculum design Hillcroft College: Small … Read more

Digital capabilities: a whole-organisation approach

Originally posted on Jisc digital capability codesign challenge blog.

New and updated resources in this post: Developing digital capability: an organisational framework Digital capability case studies: synthesis report Developing digital capability in your organisation: briefing paper Developing digital capability in your organisation: poster. In 2009/10, through its Learning Literacies for a Digital Age (LLiDA) project, Jisc first flew a flag for what has become … Read more

Digital capabilities framework: an update

Originally posted on Jisc digital capability codesign challenge blog.

This is the first in a series of posts to bring you up to date with developments on the Digital Capabilities Framework and associated resources from Jisc. Each post will start with a list of  resources so you can go straight to those links if you prefer. New/updated resources in this blog post: Digital Capabilities … Read more

Digital capability profiles for different roles

Originally posted on Jisc digital capability codesign challenge blog.

This is the second post in our rolling update on the Building digital capabilities challenge and associated resources from Jisc. New and updated resources in this post: Teacher profile for further education and skills Teacher profile for higher education Library and information professional profile Learning technology professional mapping Leader profile Learner profile Researcher profile   … Read more

Digital Student Tracker: new and improved!

Originally posted on Jisc Digital Student.

I’m genuinely excited about the new question set for the Student Digital Experience Tracker. For the first pilot we cut things down to the bare essentials. We wanted the service to be simple, reliable, to achieve a high completion rate, and to demonstrate a demand. We made a  number of compromises to arrive at questions … Read more

Tracker: Alt-C workshop and open beta pilot

Originally posted on Jisc Digital Student.

After a highly successful initial pilot of the Jisc Student digital experience Tracker, we’re delighted to launch the open beta phase. Participating institutions will gather data about their learners’ digital experiences and expectations, and compare the results with others in their sector. The Tracker is now a well-developed and proven tool, and some minor changes … Read more

Online learners: key findings and upcoming events

Originally posted on Jisc Digital Student.

We are pleased to publish the final report from our study into the expectations and experiences of online learners: What makes a successful online learner? You can catch up with the study team at ALT-C 2016, where we will be presenting some of our findings on Wednesday 8th September (10.25 in the Ensemble Room). A … Read more