16th April 2018
DMLL Teaching Room
(Third Floor, Lancherster Library)
Mia Zamora, Catherine Cronin and Alan Levine
Note, due to travel delays Mia was not able to attend in person but shared this video.
Alan talked about DS106 (http://ds106.us/) and Networked Narratives (http://netnarr.arganee.world).
This panel includes presentations by three guest lecturers with years of expertise in the field of connected learning and the use of the web and online tools for teaching and collaboration.
Topics to be covered
- Digital storytelling for teaching and learning
- Examples of connected learning
- Approaches to enhancing students’ digital fluency through the curriculum.
What are the benefits?
You will have the opportunity to learn about a number of projects and approaches to the use of networked technologies with campus-based students and involving online collaboration across distributed learners too. There will be time for Q&A and to give feedback on ideas or project by attendees.
Who should attend?
- Anyone interested in the use of digital technologies in educational contexts and innovative teaching-learning practices.
- Particularly relevant to lecturers wishing to explore practical ways of enhancing the digital fluency and innovation pillar within their courses.
- Learning technologists and other non-academic staff supporting teaching and learning