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Baseline Study of e-activity in Scotland’s Colleges. DSA – A Route Forward. Forth Valley College. 26,000 Learners 900 Staff Falkirk, Stirling, and Alloa Learning and Teaching Strategy e-Enabled Society . DSA - Process. Away Day Learning and Teaching (2) VLE (2) ICT (2) Teaching (4)

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Baseline Study of e-activity in Scotland’s Colleges

DSA – A Route Forward


Forth Valley College

  • 26,000 Learners

  • 900 Staff

  • Falkirk, Stirling, and Alloa

  • Learning and Teaching Strategy

  • e-Enabled Society


DSA - Process

  • Away Day

    • Learning and Teaching (2)

    • VLE (2)

    • ICT (2)

    • Teaching (4)

    • Quality (2)

    • Middle Manager (1)

    • Senior Manager (1)


Organisational

  • Students are informed of pedagogical rationale, procedures and technologies (Policy and Planning)

  • Institutional learning & teaching policy explicitly addresses e-learning (Policy, Delivery and Management)

    • Learning and Teaching Strategy – staff and learner consultation.

    • Let’s listen to learners, let’s talk about learning.


Evaluation

  • Students/Teachers provide systematic feedback on their experience of e-learning

  • Course teams carry out systematic reviews of the effectiveness of e-learning

    • Systematic review and feedback specifically relating to e-learning/technology.


Support

  • Technical support is available for students (Policy, Planning, Delivery)

  • Support in e-learning delivery is provided for teaching staff (Policy, Planning)

    • Support is focussed on staff – Scope of learner technical support?

    • Support for delivery rather than development – Embedding Sustainable Innovation in Learning and Teaching.


Development

  • The e-learning infrastructure is standardised and integrated

    • Challenges of Merger

    • Standard Classroom Minimum Specification

    • Culture change/CPD


College Self Evaluation

  • Operational Planning and Self Evaluation

  • The bigger picture

  • Staff perception

  • Learner perception

  • Explicit, systematic…….


Building with DSA

  • Team Building

  • Building Bridges – ICT and Learning and Teaching

  • Building Sustainable Professional Best Practice.


Forth Valley DSA Team

  • Alison Inglis and John Cutlack

  • Leanne Campbell and Margaret Keiss

  • Nancy Brentle and May Tennant

  • John Denholm, Malcolm Moncrieff, Susan Allen, George Walls and Hannah Ritchie

  • Jon Russell and Stewart Hilton


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