Let’s Get Sticky…

STICKY CAMPUS ROADSHOW

Following 2 successful years as the Digital Classroom Roadshow, the Sticky Campus Roadshow will extend digital capabilities to all campus learning spaces.

STICKY CAMPUS NEWSLETTER

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STICKY CAMPUS BOOK

A book on the experiences of the Sticky Campus Roadshow will be published in 2018.  In the meantime “Creating the Digital Campus” was published on 1st September 2017.

STICKY CAMPUS SUPPORTERS

The Sticky Campus is an initiative from Droitwich.net, but would not be possible without the support of these companies.
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© Droitwich.net - 2018
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Another successful series of Sticky Campus Roadshows…. The Sticky Campus Roadshow focuses on the evolving pedagogical engagements around small group active learning and brings together the conversations and solutions around technology, technical furniture, space design and academic enhancement that are all required to transform learning and teaching. But such transformation - or change - is always difficult; cost, the unknown, challenges to current skill sets, etc.  But if we want students to improve their digital capabilities and develop the skills required for employment, then learning spaces must evolve and provide the foundations for these skills to flourish. The roadshow provides members of the SLT and key stakeholders in learning space development with a fully working vision of how they require their own learning spaces to develop, so that their students complete their studies and graduate with the skills required for employment alongside their subject expertise; these include collaboration, critical thinking, and problem-solving. By attending on-campus workshops that engage them to use their own technology, they recognise that the tools being used in the roadshow provide the required foundations for collaborative learning, clearly demonstrating that it’s an evolution of learning spaces with technology that is highly effective.  For many, this interaction and experience removes the risk, the fear of the unknown, showing just how this is possible.  The roadshow connects the ‘know why’ with the ‘know how.’ The Teaching Excellent Framework (TEF) – which formally assesses UK universities for the quality of their teaching – evaluates learning spaces, teaching quality, and employment outcomes.  Active learning spaces promoted by the Sticky Campus Roadshow help universities to obtain a higher TEF award.
A MASSIVE thank you to the following companies whose support has made the Sticky Campus possible and helped to provide a highly-valued resource available across the UK and Europe. 
© Droitwich.net - 2018
MONTHLY NEWSLETTER
Let’s Get Sticky…

STICKY CAMPUS ROADSHOW

Following 2 successful years as the Digital Classroom Roadshow, the Sticky Campus Roadshow will extend digital capabilities to all campus learning spaces.

STICKY CAMPUS NEWSLETTER

Sign up using the form above for free monthly information on many aspects of “The Sticky Campus” delivered straight to your in-box.

STICKY CAMPUS SUPPORTERS

The Sticky Campus is an initiative from Droitwich.net, but would not be possible without the support of these companies.

STICKY CAMPUS BOOK

A book on the experiences of the Sticky Campus Roadshow will be published in 2018.  In the meantime “Creating the Digital Campus” was published on 1st September 2017.
NEW BOOK Click Image For Details
Another successful series of Sticky Campus Roadshows…. The Sticky Campus Roadshow focuses on the evolving pedagogical engagements around small group active learning and brings together the conversations and solutions around technology, technical furniture, space design and academic enhancement that are all required to transform learning and teaching. But such transformation - or change - is always difficult; cost, the unknown, challenges to current skill sets, etc.  But if we want students to improve their digital capabilities and develop the skills required for employment, then learning spaces must evolve and provide the foundations for these skills to flourish. The roadshow provides members of the SLT and key stakeholders in learning space development with a fully working vision of how they require their own learning spaces to develop, so that their students complete their studies and graduate with the skills required for employment alongside their subject expertise; these include collaboration, critical thinking, and problem-solving. By attending on-campus workshops that engage them to use their own technology, they recognise that the tools being used in the roadshow provide the required foundations for collaborative learning, clearly demonstrating that it’s an evolution of learning spaces with technology that is highly effective.  For many, this interaction and experience removes the risk, the fear of the unknown, showing just how this is possible.  The roadshow connects the ‘know why’ with the ‘know how.’ The Teaching Excellent Framework (TEF) – which formally assesses UK universities for the quality of their teaching – evaluates learning spaces, teaching quality, and employment outcomes.  Active learning spaces promoted by the Sticky Campus Roadshow help universities to obtain a higher TEF award.
A MASSIVE thank you to the following companies whose support has made the Sticky Campus possible and helped to provide a highly-valued resource available across the UK and Europe.