Supporting learners’ digital identity and wellbeing is a key driver for organisations who want to prepare their learners for the digital workplace. This online workshop will equip participants with an understanding of the issues learners face when developing digital identities.
The workshop will help build confidence in participants and provide them with a range of activities to use with learners so they can make informed and responsible choices when using digital technologies that help them thrive in a digital world.
Participants will then be able to take away the associated resources and complete, reflect on and follow up the activities in their own time.
Participants will also be able to use the associated resources to run similar workshops in their own organisational settings.
- Share good practice and learn from others from within the education community
- Take away materials and skills to share with your teams
- One year of online support following the course
- Learn with our subject specialists
- All course materials provided
Who should attend
This workshop is aimed at curriculum staff and other professionals involved in supporting the welfare and support needs of learners (eg from library, learning technology, learning support or employability teams).
What we cover
Participants will consider how digital technologies impact on the learner experience and are changing the pathways of learners into, through, and beyond their studies. We'll share key drivers for supporting learners to develop positive digital identities and thrive in a digital world.
Participants will use our six elements digital capabilities model (right) and the learner profile to choose activities that develop specific digital capabilities relating to digital identity and wellbeing. They will then consider how best to adapt those activities for use within their own organisation.
- Discuss the key drivers for supporting learners’ with their digital identity and wellbeing
- Design and adapt curriculum activities to support students’ digital capabilities
- Identify what we can do as individuals (and as institutions) to ensure the digital wellbeing of learners
Pricing and eligibility
Jisc members - £95 + VAT1
Other organisations - £150 + VAT
- 1 If, in addition to paying a subscription, your institution has opted to become a Jisc institutional member, then - as part of our VAT-exempt cost sharing group - you will not be charged VAT on your course fee. For more information visit our VAT-exempt cost sharing group page: https://www.jisc.ac.uk/membership/vat-exempt-cost-sharing-group
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