Author Archives: Scott Hibberson

About Scott Hibberson

I work as an e-Learning Advisor at the Jisc Regional Support Centre (Yorkshire & Humber) and a key part of my role is to help organisations identify and embed appropriate digital technologies into their teaching and learning strategies, whether this is through face-to-face events, online networking or peer support. I am also currently chair of the Jisc RSC national working group on digital literacy, which involves project managing a team of advisors in the development and delivery of the RSC's national offer.

Designing for the digital curriculum

Originally posted on Inspiring learning.

In May Scott and Chris went to Queens University Belfast to deliver a series of worskshops exploring how we can support the students of the future effectively and what we need to consider when designing for the digital curriculum.

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Five top tips for delivering live online learning

Originally posted on Inspiring learning.

Scott, Esther and the Jisc training team reflect on the first two Jisc online workshops and provide their top tips for things to look out for when delivering live online learning.

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Reflections from the Jisc Online Workshop on Digital Identity and Wellbeing

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Last week, Esther Barrett, Rebecca Burningham and I delivered the first in a series of exciting new online workshops focusing on key areas of digital capability. Whilst the workshop is still fresh in my mind I want to share some of my reflections from the session (before breaking up for Christmas and taking on fresh …

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Looking through the (Johari) Window on Technology Use

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Scott provides a personal account of how to encourage someone who is older to engage with technology and the internet and reflects on the challenges they face.

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Designing for Digital Capabilities in the Curriculum

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Scott provides an overview of Jisc resources showcased at the recent Connect More events to support digital capability. These resources complement the ‘Curriculum Confidence: Deigning Digital Capabilities in the Curriculum’ sessions at Connect More and are aimed at curriculum staff wishing to embed digital into programmes of study.

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Let’s Go Digital!

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News about Scott’s recent attendance at the CoLRIC event ‘Let’s Go Digital!’ celebrating how libraries are successfully creating a digital culture and are supporting teaching and learning with the digital literacies agenda.

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Summer of Student Innovation #studentideas

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Since Jisc announced the 15 winners of the Student Ideas competition back in June there’s been alot of excitement over the summer in taking those ideas forward. For the last week the Subject Specialists, Chris Thomson, Rohan Slaughter, Julia Taylor and myself have been working with colleagues in Jisc to support the students through the …

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#ConnectMore16 with Jisc

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Over the summer Jisc held a number of Connect More events (#ConnectMore16) across the UK to update our members on all the exciting projects we have been working on and to showcase the excellent practice from across the academic community. The Student Experience sub team have been lucky enough to attend and present at many …

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