Digital literacy pathways for staff and students

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Presented at ACODE 64: Developing Staff Digital Literacies Concepts, Policies and Practices for Staff. University of Waikato, New Zealand. 20-21 March.

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  • 1. Digital literacy pathways for staff and students Associate Professor Michael Sankey Director, Learning Environments and Media USQ Presentation at: ACODE 64: Developing Staff Digital Literacies Concepts, Policies and Practices for Staff. University of Waikato, New Zealand. 20-21 March.

2. The role of the teacher They are our interface In most cases they want to engage But are not confident And not overly aware of what others are doing We use the same tools they use to teach with to help them learn 3. Technologies First though we need to be clear about what tools sit where within the institution. 4. USQ Website (Sitecore) the public facing site Different layers of the VLE USQStudyDesk Student Portal All Course- based activity _______________ Repository USQStaffDesk Staff portal Staff facing for PD activities _______________ Repository USQOpenDesk OER/OEP Inter-institutional activities _______________ Repository USQ ePortfolio (Mahara), Blackboard Collaborate, EASE, Voice tools, Turnitin, etc 5. TEL PD model Students Staff USQStaffDesk 1. Staff Dev gateway 2. Staff eLE 3. Clover 4. PLAS & Induction 5. ePortfolio USQStudyDesk 1. Induction site 2. Learning Centre site 3. Student eLE 4. ePortfolio 5. Course based assnce USQ Website AskUSQ RightNow Equella 6. Staff Development Gateway 7. Working Together 8. Tools Matrix 9. Staff Development Gateway 10. ICT online training site 11. USQStudyDesk Student View 12. StudyDesk Student View 13. USQStudyDesk 14. Academic Staff Development Framework for personalised academic staff development around learning and teaching Personalised Learning for Academic Staff (PLAS) Personalised learning pathways Guiding principles of need to know, need to see / hear, need to do and need to learn more Within USQStaffDesk will be access points to just- in-time and targeted development opportunities, in blended formats Will leverage existing resources and add new content as changes are finalised, from S1 2014 onwards 15. ePortfolio Professional portfolio Evidence for promotion Teaching tool Interest group interaction Linked with the LMS 15,000+ Portfolios 47,000+ Pages 16. Staff Development Gateway 17. Personalised Learning for Academic Staff About PLAS Personalised Learning for Academic Staff (PLAS) is a professional development initiative, the aim of which is to provide learning opportunities within a collegial, supportive learning environment. The sharing of ideas and practices, to help address your teaching needs and requirements, is one of its main goals. Take a guided tour Watch this space Latest news and announcement digest appear here These include learning systems update and new developments, as well as featured newly contributed opinion piece, etc Latest news and announcement digest appear here These include learning systems update and new developments, as well as featured newly contributed opinion piece, etc. Latest news and announcement digest appear here Read more FEATURED L&T Exemplary Practice Web-based group work Trevor Black from our Fraser Coast campus uses Blackboard Collaborate to facilitate group activities online. Student teams work in allocated Rooms to interact with each other and complete assigned learning tasks. I share what I do with my colleagues at Fraser Coast. They are trying out things with Blackboard Collaborate too. We help each other out Explore this exemplary practice Do you know The MOODLE Glossary has an FAQ function which you can use in your course to answer frequently asked questions. You can build this resource over time with different cohorts of students. Learn more 18. Personalised Learning for Academic Staff About PLAS Personalised Learning for Academic Staff (PLAS) is a professional development initiative, the aim of which is to provide learning opportunities within a collegial, supportive learning environment. The sharing of ideas and practices, to help address your teaching needs and requirements, is one of its main goals. Take a guided tour Watch this space Latest news and announcement digest appear here These include learning systems update and new developments, as well as featured newly contributed opinion piece, etc Latest news and announcement digest appear here These include learning systems update and new developments, as well as featured newly contributed opinion piece, etc. Latest news and announcement digest appear here Read more FEATURED L&T Exemplary Practice Web-based group work Trevor Black from our Fraser Coast campus uses Blackboard Collaborate to facilitate group activities online. Student teams work in allocated Rooms to interact with each other and complete assigned learning tasks. I share what I do with my colleagues at Fraser Coast. They are trying out things with Blackboard Collaborate too. We help each other out Explore this exemplary practice 19. Questions

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