Posts tagged "Jisc"
What’s your best digital habit?
Keeping a tidy inbox? Knowing when to switch off your devices?
And what about your worst? – Don’t worry I’m not going to ask!
But if you’re keen to know what your real digital strengths ar
First day? Feeling nervous?
Do you remember how it felt when you first came to a new organisation and there was that mixture of excitement and nervousness about starting your new job? Or perhaps it was the same organisation but a new role.
Last week I spent a sunny two days at the OER16: Open Culture Conference hosted by the Association for Learning Technology (ALT) at the University of Edinburgh.
Waverley Station & Princes Street, Edinburgh Image by R.
When NTU worked with the Changing the Learning Landscape programme we focused on eliciting how we could move forward with ensuring Digital Literacy was a core competence for both staff and students.
Spring is well and truly here and with Easter and with the first of the bank holiday’s behind us, it’s time again for a quick review of what’s been happening on the Digital Practice Blog in the last month.
Dave White presenting at Jisc Digital Student Event
We’d like to welcome Jake Mairs as a guest contributor the Digital Practice Blog.
In this series, we’ll give practical examples of how you can use Twitter in your teaching to support learning. We’ll start at the beginning: Getting started with Twitter.
I’m presenting at the inaugural NTU Course Leaders Conference this year on the work that NTU has been doing with the Changing the Learning Landscape Programme.