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Creating the Digital Campus explores how the Digital Classroom Roadshow pushed forward the engagement of stakeholders from across the campus (Academic Development, IT / AV, Estates, Timetabling, Space Management, etc.) to better ensure that these new spaces were focused on delivering facilities that make the greatest positive contribution to learning and teaching. But new furniture and technology cannot by itself create the desired outcomes. We must change the culture and delivery of learning; topics explored by Anne Llewellyn and Richard Sober and Tom Duff in their thought provoking contributions to the discussion. Dr Alastair D. Robertson - Director of Teaching and Learning Enhancement at Abertay University - provides a comprehensive insight into Active Learning Design, and explains how the Digital Classroom Roadshow that he and colleagues visited at Heriot-Watt University, helped their thinking for a cross-campus approach. Dr Rachael Foy, Anne Stevenson, Kelly Swallow and Dr Nicola Cannon from the Royal Agricultural University explore their student engagements with the Digital Classroom Roadshow during its four weeks tenure in Gloucestershire. As the HE sector comes to terms with the Teaching Excellence & Student Outcomes Framework, active learning spaces have been proven to help with student engagement, student retention, higher levels of academic attainment and the development of employability skills.
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Creating the Digital Campus explores how the Digital Classroom Roadshow pushed forward the engagement of stakeholders from across the campus (Academic Development, IT / AV, Estates, Timetabling, Space Management, etc.) to better ensure that these new spaces were focused on delivering facilities that make the greatest positive contribution to learning and teaching. But new furniture and technology cannot by itself create the desired outcomes. We must change the culture and delivery of learning; topics explored by Anne Llewellyn and Richard Sober and Tom Duff in their thought provoking contributions to the discussion. Dr Alastair D. Robertson - Director of Teaching and Learning Enhancement at Abertay University - provides a comprehensive insight into Active Learning Design, and explains how the Digital Classroom Roadshow that he and colleagues visited at Heriot-Watt University, helped their thinking for a cross-campus approach. Dr Rachael Foy, Anne Stevenson, Kelly Swallow and Dr Nicola Cannon from the Royal Agricultural University explore their student engagements with the Digital Classroom Roadshow during its four weeks tenure in Gloucestershire. As the HE sector comes to terms with the Teaching Excellence & Student Outcomes Framework, active learning spaces have been proven to help with student engagement, student retention, higher levels of academic attainment and the development of employability skills.
Buy both books for just £19.95 inc. delivery
Fewer than 60 copies available.
Whilst you’re waiting……
Creating the Digital Campus also available on Amazon Kindle.