And for my next trick …

October 5, 2012 at 12:30 pm Leave a comment

Pete’s though-provoking input on re-imagining DL and request to re-visit the DL Frameworks for Learners and Staff has enabled the group to focus on the real-time outputs of the project so far. At a group meeting this week we  established which aspects we can now map and expand to other campuses and partners.

There are several successes which will be extended and adapted to include other partners, both within the project group and those outside –

AE – Linking Library resource COP’s across Coleg Llandrillo, Coleg Menai, Deeside College and Yale College. Also investigating the development of an Information Literacy Champions network that will be facilitated online by both PADDLE and WILP

PR – Framework skills development for staff and learners. Additional base-lining for HE staff and request for external ‘visitors and residents’ study

AE+PR – Extending ‘gotomeeting’ webinar software, with training guides and support, across the PADDLE network

SM – Linking student study groups between Coleg Llandrillo and Coleg Menai  (ACCESS Health) and between Coleg Llandrillo and Glyndwr University (Library FDA)

PC – Extending the ILS survey and resource support between Deeside College and Coleg Llandrillo

SW – extending the successful model of engaging governors and Senior Management Team with learning technologies and new skills across the partner network

The next DL programme meeting will take place in Birmingham on 16th October. The PADDLE team are developing their own digital literacies to present the project in an innovative and entertaining way – Andrew, Patrick and Sarah will be at the meeting to tell you more!


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