Session 1B - Emerging findings from the JISC Curriculum Delivery Programme
Session B – Transforming Curriculum Delivery through Technology – This session provides...
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23 February 2010
Session B – Transforming Curriculum Delivery through Technology – This session provides an opportunity to learn more about the Curriculum Delivery Cluster projects. (College of West Anglia: KLTV - An internet TV Station to Enrich Teaching and Learning (Media); Kingston College: Kingston Uplift for Business Education (KUBE) (Business); Kingston University/De Montfort University: Mobilising Remote Student Engagement (MoRSE) (Geography/Life Sciences); and Lewisham College: Making the New Diploma a Success).
The common themes and issues that are emerging from the work of the cluster include:
- Engaging staff and other stakeholders in technology- enhanced curriculum change initiatives.
- Inducting students and preparing them for new ways of learning using technology.
- Models for evaluating change and determining the impact changes are having on learning and the quality of the learner experience.
- Change management strategies that address the established cultures and beliefs of institutions that need to change for curriculum innovation to succeed.
This session will be led by Andrew Comrie, Critical Friend and will involve the following project representatives:
Springboard TV (College of West Anglia) – Ben Jackson
Making the new Diploma a success (Lewisham College) - Jo Burbidge
KUBE (Kingston College) – David Hillier, Susan Driver, Andrew Williams and Phil George
MoRSE (Kingston University/De Montfort University) - Tim Linsey and Richard Hall