Digital Education Support
The team’s remit is to support the effective adoption of digital activities for teaching and learning. This is deliberately broad and covers face-to-face consultancy in workshops or direct support, as well as online by sharing good practice across the University case studies, worksheets and videos. The support model is detailed below. For more information on any of the elements please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Digital Education Support Model
Digital Education Developer Support
Each Digital Education Developer is aligned to a college to act as a contact for support, advice and practical input into effective strategies to enhance teaching and learning with technology support issues.
- To advise and support staff in the implementation of the digital education strategies.
- Support the development of digital education amongst staff and students, reducing technical barriers and enabling.
- Support the use of different technologies for education through the delivery of workshops, production of guides, and one-to-one staff mentoring.
- Support the development of digital capabilities via Continuing Professional Development training sessions for staff and students to foster and enhance digital education.
Digital Education Developer Contacts:
College of Arts – Ben Atkinson-Foster • email@example.com • 01522 835827
College of Science – Michael Shaw • firstname.lastname@example.org • 01522 835053
College of Social Sciences and
Lincoln International Business Schools (LIBS) – Chavan Kissoon • email@example.com • 01522 835644
Lincoln Medical School (Nottingham & Lincoln) – Ahmet Durgungoz • firstname.lastname@example.org • 01522 835029
Online Programmes Only – Steve Cameron • email@example.com • 01522 837018
Digital Education CPD
Digital Education CPD sessions are run on a regularly throughout the academic year by the Digital Education Developers. The team have recently complete a review of CPD and are preparing to deliver sessions ahead of the 2019/20 academic year. These CPD sessions take two forms, University wide workshops, which are this year being run in April and July. You can book for these sessions directly through the HR staff development portal page. If you would like school specific workshops, please contact your college Digital Education Developer. All Digital Education CPD focuses on using digital tools to solve specific pedagogical challenges and has been designed around the HEA UK PSF framework.
Click here to view a list of the upcoming Digital Education CPD sessions
Online case studies • CPD • Helpsheets • Linkedin Learning
‘ABC/ARC’ Curriculum Design Workshops
Based on the successful curriculum design workshops pioneered at UCL, the ABC workshop offers a toolkit of traditional and digital learning design methods. Through discussion and planning a useful oversight of module design, methods, formative / summative feedback and different elements of teaching, learning and assessment are developed across modules within a programme.
Our new ARC (Assessments Relating to Careers) workshops focus on assessment and employ-ability based skills. This workshops compliments our ABC workshop and can be used in conjunction with curriculum design to ensure a complete curriculum which support students with skills suited for careers.
These workshops are highly engaging and action-oriented and involves mapping out learning activities (using view point cards) across modules or programmes through a range of stages and can usefully be adapted to look at enhancing current activities as well as redesigning new programmes or module delivery.