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Maha Abed

OLT TEL What works and why? Understanding successful technology-enabled learning within... - 0 views

    "This project addresses the long-standing gap between the rhetoric and the realities of TEL. For example, it examines the disparities between the educational potential of technology in comparison to what takes place in practice. This is a tension that recurs throughout much of the research and practitioner literature on technology use within higher education. On one hand, there is evidence for the potential of digital technology to support and sustain meaningful and effective forms of learning. Networked digital technologies have undoubtedly transformed the generation and communication of knowledge and, it follows, that this has influenced the ways in which learning takes place. The potential to 'support', 'enable', or even 'enhance' learning has therefore been associated with every significant development in digital technology over the past twenty years or so."
Rose Heaney

Supporting staff - Jisc infoNet - 0 views

  • lack of time to engage with new tools
  • focusing on the subject specialism is the best way to engage teaching, support staff and students in conversations about what it means to be digitally literate in a particular discipline.
  • Aligned with that is the curriculum design process.
    From newly published (May 2014) JISC Digital Literacies infokit
    From newly published (May 2014) JISC Digital Literacies infokit
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