Digital Literacy – the practitioner’s approach
Date: 7 May 2014
Venue: London School of Economics
10:00–10:15 Introduction (Terry McAndrew, Higher Education Academy)
10:15-10:45 Keynote – Putting Students in the SADL: enhancing digital literacy at LSE (Jane Secker and Maria Bell, LSE)
10:45-11:25 From Skills to Practices: qualitative research into student digital literacies (Lesley-Jane Gourlay and Martin Oliver, Institute of Education).
11:35–12:00 Challenges from the disciplines - Stuck in the middle: challenges for staff and students (Alan Cann, University of Leicester)
Social media sit outside of an individual's institutional profile but lie within their online identity. But who owns your online identity? And where does the boundary between "work" and "personal" lie? How does a discipline develop digital literacy and identity?
12:00–12:30 Lightning talks:
Digital Literacy within ‘Changing the Learning Landscape’ Mobile Learning within Dentistry (Oluyori Adegun – Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London);
A ‘Flipped Classroom’ for all (Rosemary Stott, Ravensbourne);
Digi-tips and Digi-talents (Debra Reid, Spurgeon's College).
13:15–13:35 Digital Literacy: the student perspective - Digital literacy in student life and their disciplines.
13:35–14:00 Developing the design studio (Helen Beetham via Skype)
14:00–14:45 Workshop: How can I use this in my teaching?