3 October 2017
online 12:00 - 13:00
In 2012 Leeds Beckett University defined and embedded Digital Literacy as a graduate attribute into the undergraduate curriculum. 5 years on and digital literacy is still embedded as a graduate attribute and digital is very much part of our institutional Learning Pathway.
This 60 min tech talk will discuss the important role of our Libraries and Learning Innovation service in developing staff and student digital capabilities. The talk will also discuss our work within the Centre for Learning and Teaching focussing on Digital Pedagogy as an effective approach to embedding the use of digital tools and services as part of a curriculum design process.
The case study is available to view here.
Presenters: Wendy Luker and Simon Thomson, Leeds Beckett University.
Webinar tool: Skype for Business
Links from the talk
Embedding Digital Literacy as a graduate attribute at Leeds Beckett University
Search on Digital Literacy on Leeds Beckett's Teach Learn