AOSEC Digital Learning Network
Date(s) - 20/02/2018
10:00 am - 2:30 pm
Bracknell and Wokingham College
As the digital future for further education and skills continues to grow and the opportunities to embed digital learning into college provision increases, this network aims to support colleges with the implementation of digital learning and highlight how technology can support teaching, learning and assessment.
A selection of external organisations have attended, including, The Tech Partnership and several external digital learning consultants. Numerous colleges have shared their digital journey and their pioneering approaches to embedding digital learning.
Group discussions and activities feature at every network, giving delegates the opportunity to raise any concerns or challenges, as well as share best practice with the group members.
Iain Gibbins, E-learning Manager at Guildford College, chairs this network and offers guidance and support in the development of each agenda.
|10:00||Registration and refreshments|
|10:30||Welcome and introductions
Iain Gibbins, E-learning Manager, Guildford College
|10:40||Follow-up from the last meeting. Have you implemented anything?
|11:00||Developing and maintaining a successful working relationship with IT and MIS departments
Emma Herrod, Learning Technologies Coordinator, The Windsor Forest Colleges Group
|11:20||Questions & discussion|
|11:40||What can Jisc do for FE to support the development digital learning
Rachel Leech, Account Manager, Jisc
|12:00||Questions & discussion|
|12:45||Using free apps to support teaching and learning
This interactive, practical session will give delegates the opportunity to try out free apps. Colleagues, with experience of using these apps, will guide you colleagues through their functions and capabilities.
Paul Bailey, Events and Projects Manager, AOSEC
Facilitated by Iain Gibbins, E-learning Manager, Guildford College
|14:25||Any other business
What Delegates have said
“The network has proven invaluable to help me more forward with our VLE.”
Celeine Homer, Bracknell and Wokingham College
“Interesting to see how others achieving successful digital learning.”
Marion Harrison, Northbrook College