Friday, March 19, 2021

Presentations from: Employability and information and digital literacies

Another catchup on presentations from a teachmeet that took place a while ago. The teachmeet Employability and information and digital literacies was run on 16 July 2019, at Canterbury Christ Church University, UK. There is a great blog post with information about each presentation and the links to the slides.
- Keynote: Avoiding the skills trap: Reflections on using the UAL Digital Creative Attributes to design teaching and learning (David White, Head of Digital Learning, University for the Arts London (UAL).
- Mapping our Digital and Information Literacy Framework to the new Employability Framework and JISC Learner Profile. Cheryl Coveney, Senior Library Manager (Academic Liaison, STEM, FBL), The Open University (OU).
- Digital Monsters.
Mike Alsford, Academic Skills Tutor, University of Greenwich.
- You’ve got a PAL in me: Mentorship and employability in a Peer Assisted Learning programme.
Cathryn Peppard, Academic Services Librarian (Health), University of Greenwich.
- Helpful Tools for Employability.
Andy Prue, Subject Liaison Librarian, University of Kent.
- Professional resources for practitioners.
Ian Badger, Learning & Teaching Librarian, University for the Creative Arts (UCA), Canterbury.
- Commercial Awareness: a cross-department collaboration. Amy C Haworth, Service Development Manager, Learning Services, University of Sheffield.
- Ideas from others: Employability in library teaching and learning.
Doug Broadbent-Yale, Academic Librarian Social Science, University of East Anglia (UEA).
- Workshop and world café: employability skills.
Rosie Greenslade, Senior Academic Developer at CCCU
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Photo by Sheila Webber of Academia Electronica, a Polish educational area in Second Life, March 2021

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