This web site is being developed by the Arts Faculty Office DSEP team to document digital pedagogies, their development, operation, and effectiveness. This will contribute to raising our level of organisational maturity. We will provide an account of:
- The pedagogic strategies used in Arts Faculty disciplines, including:
- As well as examples of generic good practice, and critical digital pedagogies.
- And (the main aim of this project) the contribution made to these practices by digital technologies and techniques, as enhancements and enablements, as well as the barriers that people come up against when using digital pedagogies (including their adaptability to online, blended, hybrid, and flexible modes).
We aim to:
- Know how digital technologies and tools are enhancing and enabling these diverse pedagogic strategies and practices.
- Document (in a usable form) enabling technologies, techniques, services, ideas, and processes, and their key features.
- Identify gaps in provision, capabilities, and practice.
- Prioritise resources for addressing gaps and supporting digital pedagogies.
- And subsequently to communicate useful information, run events, undertake projects, and form communities of practice.
This will be achieved through a series of surveys, dialogue with staff and students in the Faculty, literature reviews, and input from experts at Warwick and beyond. It will contextualise and point to examples of good practice in the Digital Pedagogy Library.
Common pedagogic strategies
Case-based learning | Community-based learning | Creative project-based learning | Experiential learning | Inquiry-based learning | Lecture-seminar-exam | Lifelong learning | Location-based learning | Performance and skills development | Problem-based learning | Public pedagogy | Research-based learning | Work-based learning
Departments & Disciplines
Centre for Culture and Media Policy Studies | Classics and Ancient History | English and Comparative Literary Studies | Film and Television Studies | Global Sustainable Development | History | History of Art | Liberal Arts | School of Modern Languages and Cultures | Theatre and Performance Studies