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  • Digital Literacy Forum

    This Jisc RSC Northwest bi-yearly forum provides learning support staff, librarians, information professionals, learning technologists and teachers the opportunity to share experiences of digital literacy development within providers and showcase new ideas. Occasional speakers are invited to investigate various aspects of Digital Literacy.

    Topics we discuss include: finding, evaluating & applying information, using digital tools, understanding social responsibility, showcasing achievement, awareness of digital identity, collaboration in education, community and work life and e-safety.

    If you are interested in attending this forum please email the RSC Northwest

  • Meeting 5 November 2014

    The City of Liverpool College from 10.00 - 15.00

    Workshop materials

    Presentation

    Storify - Tweets and images created by delegates showing their view of a Digitally Fluent Learner. There are also links to Digital Literacy teaching resources

    Session plans - Template session plan | Red session plan | Yellow session plan

    Staff development materials

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    The focus of this forum was to create a range of activities to support and assess learners towards digital fluency. Information:

    Anthony Beal (RSC Northwest) and Scott Hibberson (RSC Yorkshire & Humber) supported delegates working with colleagues to:

    • Investigate what makes a digitally fluent learner
    • Identify appropriate activities to share with your own learners (examples will be provided)
    • Formulate a session plan with key aims and objectives
    • Create an activity that is mapped to a key aspect of digital literacy
    • Share outcomes developed on the day with peers

    10.00

    Registration, refreshments and networking

    10.30

    Welcome and aims of the day - Scot Hibberson

    10-45 - 11.10

    What is a digitally literate learner? - Anthony Beal

    11.10 11.30

    Resources for session planning - Anthony Beal

    11.30 - 11.40

    Break

    11.40 - 12.40

    Creating an activity - Scott Hibberson

    12.40 - 13.00

    Sharing the results - Scott Hibberson

    13.00

    Lunch and networking

    14.00 - 15.00

    Target audience: Providers from the FE & Skills sectors - Learning support, librarians, information professionals, learning technologists, teachers 

    • Meeting 19 June 2014

      Greenhead College - Huddersfield from 10.00 - 14.00

      Create a range of activities to support and assess learners towards digitally fluency.

      You will work with colleagues to:-

      • Investigate what makes a digitally fluent learner
      • Identify appropriate activities to share with your own learners (examples will be provided)  
      • Formulate a session plan with key aims and objectives
      • Create an activity that is mapped to a key aspect of digital literacy
      • Share outcomes developed on the day with peers
      • Meeting 23 January 2014

        Aquinas College - Stockport from 10.00 - 13.00

        Developing digitally literate staff and students within your organisation: Scott Hibberson & Anthony Beal - e-Learning Advisors, Jisc RSC | Google Presentation | Download as a Powerpoint |

        Selling the Digital Literacy message: Jim Temple - Library Service Manager at Aquinas College | Download as a PowerPoint | Social Media Photo Quiz SheetSocial Media Trumps [Infographic] |

        • Staff Development Materials

        • Jisc RSC National Initiatives

          Take a look at the Jisc RSC national web pages for digital literacy.

          Included is information about our Digital Literacies Organisational Review. This allows learning providers to take a holistic approach to reviewing how digital literacies are developed and embedded within their organisation, from strategy to practise.

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