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The following links to resources developed during and after the conference and to any websites referenced during the event.

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Illustrations by Eve Turner Lee

Presentations
There is a playlist of the videos on the UCISA YouTube channel
Pdfs of the presentations are linked from the programme

Blogs

Digital capabilities and human resources, Helen Beetham, Jisc
UCISA spotlight on digital capabilities - conference report – Daniel Clark, University of Kent
Keynote at UCISA spotlight on digital capabilities – James Clay, Jisc
The importance of language – UCISA spotlight on digital capabilities – James Clay, Jisc
Building ICT proficiency – UCISA spotlight on digital capabilities – James Clay, Jisc
UCISA conference dinner – James Clay, Jisc
Reporting back from UCISA spotlight on digital capabilities – Matt Cornock, University of York
Gaming and play: work, learn, and teach in 2016 (or the year 2000) – Alun Edwards, University of Oxford
Reflections on…UCISA spotlight on digital capabilities – Fiona Handley, University of Brighton
Capturing live drawing in the digital age – Fiona MacNeill, University of Brighton
Highlights: UCISA spotlight on digital capabilities 2 – Kerry Pinny, University of Lincoln
UCISA spotlight on digital capabilities - Fiona Strawbridge, University College London and Julie Adams, Staffordshire University
UCISA digital capabilities – David White, Jisc
Metathesiophobia and other #udigcap take-aways – Sue Watling, University of Hull
Dig Cap Game Track, a gamification initiation
– Sue Watling, University of Hull
The distance between digital innovation and capability – Sue Watling, University of Hull

Resources

Building digital capability, from James Clay’s presentation
Jisc digital capability: codesign challenge blog, by James Clay
voiceandtone.com from Ellen de Vries presentation
Building digital capabilities: the six elements defined, from Fiona Handley’s presentation
Digital literacies framework, referred to in Fiona Handley’s presentation
Deliver an inclusive digital student experience, link from Alistair McNaught’s presentation
The five resources of critical digital literacy: a framework for curriculum integration, in the resources section of Jane Secker’s presentation
Developing digital scholarship and information literate staff, from Jane Secker
Developing students’ digital literacy, Jane Secker
LSE SADL blog, mentioned by Jane Secker
Leave it in the Bag: Inside higher education, from Jane Secker
Digital literacy support for researchers: the personalised approach, in Jane Secker’s references


Other resources as mentioned by the delegates

The latest Learning resources and libraries, tweeted by David Bevington
The internet mapping project, tweeted by James Clay
Student advice for using lecture capture, tweeted by Matt Cornock
Make or break: the UK’s digital future, tweeted by Gillian Fielding
UNESCO: Communication and information, tweeted by Health Sciences, TEL
Jiscmail, tweeted by Sarah Knight
Radical interventions in teaching and learning, tweeted by Sarah Knight
Learning literacies in a digital age, tweeted by Sarah Knight
Supporting access and inclusion, tweeted by Sarah Knight
Microsoft availability checker, tweeted by Hamish Loveday
The UK higher education learning space toolkit, tweeted by Anna Mathews
UCISA Digcap play track, tweeted by Fiona MacNeill
Production zone resources, tweeted by Kieran McDonald
Supporting staff to embed inclusivity and accessibility in their practice, by Kerry Pinny
Group C story, tweeted by Steve Rowan
Lynda: learn new skills online, tweeted by Steve Rowett
Accessing the ROI of training, tweeted by Sally Swaine
Nottingham Trent University digital framework, tweeted by Elaine Swift
Digital literacies at the University of Brighton, tweeted by Fiona Strawbridge
Educating the director, tweeted by Fiona Strawbridge
A world without smartphones: an unsettling photo series, tweeted by Fiona Strawbridge
(Teaching) Academic digital capabilities v1.0, tweeted by Simon Thomson
Udigcap debate illustration, tweeted by Eve Turner-Lee


DCG mailing list
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