Message on behalf of Dr. Graham Holden and Dr. Alison Purvis, Project Leads for the Digital Learning Project
The Digital Learning Project needs input from academics to understand the current realities of teaching and learning with digital technologies at a local level, and to consider what our vision for digital learning should be like.
We are keen to involve a wide range of academic perspectives, i.e. not just those with an interest or advanced expertise in technology enhanced learning and digital capability.
A number of sessions are being hosted for interested staff to share their experiences and perspectives, and help shape the future.
Digital Learning Vision
These sessions will focus on developing the vision for digital learning at SHU and you will be consulted on some different aspects of this. Note: you don’t have to attend the whole session but at least half an hour would be beneficial. Session times:
– Tuesday 22 November 2pm-4pm, City Campus
– Friday 25 November 12noon-2pm, City Campus
– Monday 28 November 12noon-2pm, Collegiate Campus
– Monday 5 December 2:30pm-4:30pm, Collegiate Campus
Understanding Digital Learning at SHU Today
These sessions will explore how digital technology is used in learning and teaching practices today, as well as the ways in which staff and students are being supported with developing their digital capability. Note: attendance is desired for all 2 hours. Session times:
– Monday 12 December 11am -1pm, Collegiate Campus
– Tuesday 13 December 9am-11am, City Campus
– Thursday 15 December 10am-12noon, City Campus
Book your place by emailing ! Digital Learning Project with your name, department and preferred session time(s). You will receive a diary invite for the session(s) which will include the room details.