Digital Learning Design Recipe Project
To inspire and encourage an innovative way of sharing best practice, the Digital Education team are creating methods of sharing digital T&L best practice in the form of an easy to follow recipe.
Digital Learning Recipes will be developed by liaising with academics to form case studies of their use of technology in teaching and learning, this will then be transformed into a digital learning recipe which will share their practice. These will be trialled in the ABC Workshops and feedback will be gathered from academics.
The recipes offer teaching, learning and assessment activities under the categories of Acquisition, Investigation, Discussion, Collaboration, Production and Practice, showcasing examples from different Colleges throughout the University. These categories are based on those used within the ABC Curriculum Design Workshops, informed by Diana Laurillard’s Conversational Framework.
Take a look at the first recipes here: https://lalt.lincoln.ac.uk/digital-learning-recipes/
Project Questions & Answers
September 2018Recipes have been embedded into all training events delivered by the Digital Education team, including ABC workshops and 2 Digital Education Training Weeks in July and Sept (134 attendees). In Sept the project was presented at the Annual Learning Technology Conference (ALT-C), under the category of collaborative working.
May 2018This project resulted in new online support resources presented in the form of a recipe, step-by-step, showcasing digital best practice in a range of examples using a variety of software/tools. 11 digital learning recipes were launched online in May 2018.