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  • Building digital capability: making the most of digital opportunities

    Rosie Jones Director of Student and Library Services

  • ▪Manchester Metropolitan University

    ▪ The University of Manchester

    ▪ Liverpool John Moores University

    ▪Open University

    ▪ Teesside University

  • The Rise of Digital

  • 99% adults in the UK counted as recent internet users

    Office for National Statistics 2019

  • ‘A recent study found digital technologies including AI created a net total of 80,000 new jobs annually across

    a population similar to the UK. By one estimate, AI could add £232bn to the UK economy by 2030’.

    HM Government 2017

  • What are Digital Capabilities?

  • Digital and HE


  • Digital and Libraries

  • ‘The Library, IT services, Academic study skills support and eLearning units were most heavily involved in

    supporting students and staff to develop their digital capabilities, and we expect to see this continue and strengthen. Library services seemed to be by far the

    most progressive.’

    UCISA 2014


  • LJMU Digital Framework

  • 14

    Developing a digital mindset

    The Open University

  • Explore your digital capabilities

    Take the digital discovery tool’s self-administered quiz to assess your capabilities in areas relevant to your work role.

    At the end, you’ll get a personal report suggesting next steps to try and links to resources you can use to develop your digital skills. It’s a quick and effective way to find out how you can get more from digital.

    Find out more about your digital practice

    LOGOTo access the digital discovery tool, visit and sign up using your staff email address and the code DCAP17!

  • Future Facing Learning

  • • Learning and Teaching Enhancement

    • Transformative project to move to a modern, agile classroom

    • iPad + Microsoft software

    • FFL Toolkit

    • 1600 Academic Staff

    • Eligible First Year Students starting 2018/19 • ~4000 students per year

    • Loan iPad Bank • PT students

    • Faults, swap-outs, etc.

    TEAL room CL1.03

  • Future Facing Learning / Teesside University March 2018

    Future Facing Learning Programme Outline

    01 Future Facing Pedagogies 02 Deploying Content 03 Promoting Curation 04 Fostering Collaboration 05 Nurturing Creation 06 Measuring Impact

    Learning Objectives

    1. Begin to participate in

    professional online network

    of peers, facilitated via

    Microsoft Teams.

    2. Complete and reflect upon

    JISC Discovery Tool,

    identifying areas for future


    Learning Objectives

    1. Discuss/ describe a Future

    Ready Student.

    2. Transfer writ ten discussion

    notes into a digital space,

    enabling further online

    development and sharing.

    3. Produce and share digital

    content using an MS OneNote


    Learning Objectives

    1. Annotate digital resources both

    individually and collaboratively

    using different toolkit


    Learning Objectives

    1. Collaboratively author a

    presentat ion.

    2. Source/ create and embed

    appropriate media.

    Learning Objectives

    1. Produce a digital

    presentation to highlight

    how you plan on using

    knowledge gained within

    your own teaching practice.

    Learning Objectives

    1. Identify and articulate

    appropriate methods and

    data sources for evaluating

    the pedagogic impact of

    Future Facing Learning from

    a digital perspective.

    2. Design, construct and

    review a student-facing

    survey tool, aligned with key

    evaluative principles.

    On the day:

    A brief introduction to the FF

    Principles, the topic and sign

    posted to JISC & Microsoft


    Distribution of devices

    On the day:

    Brief discussion of previous task

    and introduce platform to post


    Introduce the topic, followed by

    in-class group task

    Capture and share the result

    On the day:

    Recap previous session and brief

    discussion of curation task

    Staff to work an annotation task

    individually and share with the


    On the day:

    Recap previous session and

    explain task

    Staff to work collaboratively to

    populate information in the

    provided slide templates and

    share with the room

    On the day:

    Recap previous session and

    explain task

    Staff to work on a

    presentation to reflect on

    their learning and identify

    further CPD

    On the day:

    Recap previous session

    Intro to Measuring impact in

    an educational setting

    Staff to work as a group to create, run and access data

    from a student-facing survey


    MS Sway for instructor


    Demo Teams – introduce

    groups and assign task (e.g.

    introduce yourself)


    Introduce Padlet for Q&A

    throughout the programme

    Demo OneNote Class Notebook

    and Office Lens (e.g. staff to

    write their ideas on the board,

    capture using lens then add to a

    CNB page to share with the



    Demo and use Mendeley to

    annotate and share PDF article

    Discuss annotation tools in Word

    Follow through conversation on



    Demo PowerPoint app and

    PowerPoint with Teams – to

    populate information on pre-

    determined placeholders

    A brief demo Sway


    Group to create a Sway

    presentation – individual

    members to populate their

    own section


    Group to use Forms to

    create a student-facing


    Use Socrative to gather staff

    feedback at the end of the


    Proposed tariff: 100 Proposed tariff: 200 Proposed tariff: 100 Proposed tariff: 200 Proposed tariff: 200 Proposed tariff: 200

    21st century learning design:

    Course 1 - introducing 21CLD

    Points: 850

    Introduction to Microsoft Teams

    – the digital hub for educators and


    [Intermediate Level 1] Points: 500

    Getting Started with OneNote

    [Beginner] Points: 500

    OneNote Class Notebook: A

    teacher’s all-in notebook for


    [Intermediate Level 1] Points: 500

    Problem-based learning

    [Intermediate Level 2] Points: 500

    Reimagine the writing process with

    Microsoft Education

    [Intermediate Level 1] Points: 500

    21st century learning design:

    Course 2 – collaboration

    Points: 950

    Introduction to Sway

    [Beginner] Points: 500

    Amplifying Student Voice

    Points: 500 points

    Microsoft Teams Quick Start

    Microsoft Teams video training

    OneNote Quick Start

    OneNote video training

    OneNote for iOS

    Getting Started with OneNote Class

    Notebook: A Walktrhough for


    Office Lens foe iOS

    Training videos for Word for iPad

    Word 2016 Quick Start

    Word video training

    Word: Interactive training plan

    Training videos for PowerPoint for


    PowerPoint 2016 Quick Start

    PowerPoint video training

    PowerPoint: Interactive training


    Sway Quick Start

    Microsoft Forms Quick Start


    Courses Courses Courses Courses Courses Courses

    Resources Resources Resources Resources Resources

    Sandpit Event

    Building towards

    Microsoft Innovative

    Educator Expert

    Staff to create a Sway


    describing how they

    would potentially

    incorporate the

    toolkit in innovative

    ways in their own


    1000 points

  • Advance scheme

    £100 (per year) to spend at John Smiths Bookstore

  • FFL Toolkit


    Office Lens



    Socrative Student

    Blackboard App


    MyTU Student Portal

    SafeZone App




  • Student Life

    November 2019

  • CreatorLab

    Sam Elkington, Paul Durston

    Learning & Teaching Enhancement

  • Teesside University’s Crea