Supporting Digital Literacy for academic staff @ MMU

Supporting Digital Literacy for academic staff @ MMU

Supporting Digital Literacy for academic staff @ MMU Nicola Beck Deputy Library Services Manager What is Digital Literacy? digital literacy defines those capabilities which fit an individual for living, learning and working in a digital society JISC - Developing Digital Literacies: Briefing Paper in support of JISC Grant Funding 4/11(2011): http://www.jisc.ac.uk/media/documents/funding/2011/04/Briefingpaper.pdf Digital Literacy within Higher Education (HE) Supporting the adoption and use of digital technologies

in teaching ICT/Computer Literacy Information Literacy Digital communication/collaboration Classroom technology (inc. virtual learning) Digital Literacy within MMU: drivers MMU corporate strategy for 2012-2017 quality, employability, excellent learning environment > well skilled, highly trained workforce Digital Literacy as a staff development priority for 2012-2013

Focus > baseline skills in relation to the use of technology Institutional acknowledgement that digital literacy underpins excellent teaching and learning University staff development priorities (MMU) http://www2.mmu.ac.uk/humanresources/current-staff/development/staff-development/ Digital Literacy within MMU: key stakeholders IT services CASQE SPMI & SAS LRT CELT & ELSOs

Digital Literacy skills for academic staff Library Digital Literacy within MMU: key stakeholders IT services CASQE SPMI & SAS LRT

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Library Digital Literacy within MMU: key stakeholders Institutional classroom technologies Institutiona l VLE Underpinning IT Skills, Office software, Communication and collaboration tools

Digital Literacy skills for academic staff Corporate business systems Information literacy and discovery Moodle Staff Resource Area All staff

Staff Resource Area Digital Literacy within MMU: The Librarys input Locating MMU resources Using MMU resources Using resources beyond MMU Finding databases Accessing reading lists Help & guidance for academic staff Accessing ebooks and ejournals Library Search Find it!

Open access resources Finding statistical information Using Google Scholar Current awareness Current awareness services Saved search alert services Open educational resources OER commons JORUM Creative commons licences

Digital awareness and identity Digital identity Using social media Copyright Implementing a Digital Literacy baseline skills set for academic staff Baseline skills set > basis for a checklist Checklist Staff recruitment Staff induction PDR meetings

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