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Wednesday, May 22, 2024

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WATE Calibration Meetings - Arts, Social Scences
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Building Digital Capabilities

This session will provide an update and a review of how the JISC Digital Capabilities (DC) tool is being used to support students and staff with skills development:

- Overview and update on the JISC DC service - Jim Judges (Senior Academic Technologist, FOLD)

- Update on the use of the JISC DC tool in the Warwick Award - Parmjit Dhugga (Warwick Award Manager)

- Using the JISC DC with first year undergraduates in PAIS to identify confidence levels and priority areas for support and development - Robert Liu-Preece (Academic Technologist, PAIS)

Join us live via Teams in the LDCU Workshops Channel -please register your interest here.

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Are you interested in using technology more in your practice?

Do you have a challenge in relation to teaching and learning you think technology could help you with?

Have you had an idea how you might use technology in your practice, but need the time and space to develop your ideas?

If your answer to any of these questions is yes, we may be able to help. We have an exciting opportunity for a small group of staff and/or students (six in total) to get involved in a project-based initiative, piloted by the Learning Development Consultancy Unit (LDCU) over the coming months.

Workshop 1(In person) Thursday 23rd May, 11-1pm (Refreshments included)