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Integrated programmes for pedagogical change: Overhauling thinking on teaching to incorporate new technologies

Steve Williams

Newcastle University

BETT – London – 31 January 2013


Guiding thought
Guiding thought

  • Best practice is to have academic leaders, practicing academics, teaching quality people and IT people around the same tables.

  • This leads to a well-integrated, sustainable programme, which in turn leads to benefits for students and staff.

  • Communication of the benefits at programme and project level, good project management and proper, early resourcing are essential.




Students expectations
Students’ expectations

  • For £9k PA, high!

  • Feedback, contact hours, quality tutoring

  • IT that just works

  • My device, my way, now, at no cost to me.

  • “But also you need to provide more computers…

  • … and more printers.”

  • Social networking?

  • On many sites, around the world.


Academic colleagues expectations
Academic colleagues’ expectations

  • Somewhere to put my material

  • And interact with my students

  • And give and receive feedback

  • Without me needing to do any training or change my current processes!

  • Social networking?


Academic colleagues expectations1
Academic colleagues’ expectations

“Do you mean that I should invest in computers instead of lecturers? Are you mad?”


Project 2012
Project 2012

  • How did we get into it?

  • Desired outcomes / benefits

  • Programme governance

  • Project Management

  • KPI and scorecard reporting

90

Lines!


Project 2012 what went well and badly
Project 2012 – what went well and badly?

  • Real PVC / UTLC commitment

  • Well motivated staff

  • Student involvement

  • Doing it as a programme

  • More piloting, in differentacademic domains

  • ‘Initiative overload’


Project 2012 where are we now
Project 2012 – where are we now?

  • L+T Directors in each School

  • Careers, feedback, tutoring…

  • More 24/7 – Library/Clusters

  • Lecture capture

  • VLE threshold and experts

  • Mobile VLE

  • Apps – native, iOS, Android

  • Social media

  • Staff Student Committee membership

  • Better relationships

Key issue – some of this is IT, some is nothing to do with IT!


Project 2012 where are we now1
Project 2012 – where are we now?

“Every one of our students does e-Learning”


What s next
What’s next…

  • Flexible programmes?

  • MOOCs?

  • CPD/professional accreditation?

  • More internationalisation?

  • Rebrand as ‘student offer’ / transition to normal / embed what we have.


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