Category Archives: digitalliteracy

Jorum’s Information Literacy collection needs your help!

Recently Jorum created a new and customised Research Data Management (RDM) collection within their collection, which was announced last week. The Jorum team has realised the existing collections were not an adequate location to host these resources, and that the … Continue reading

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DELILA presents in Dublin

Liz Cleaver and Catherine Robertson presented a paper on DELILA at AISHE 11 (All Ireland Society for Higher Education) in Dublin last week. Numbers at the conference were down this year, but there still about 50 or so people there, … Continue reading

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DELILA workshop: resources online

Many thanks to the Centre for Distance Education at the University of London who hosted our DELILA workshop last week. They have now made the presentations and audio recordings available from their website. For anyone who didn’t manage to attend … Continue reading

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LSE’s copyright Moodle course now available under Creative Commons

As part of the work I’ve been doing to convert LSE’s digital literacy resources to open educational resources, I’ve opened up our Moodle course: Copyright, the internet and teaching online to guests. I have also put a Creative Commons licence … Continue reading

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Digital literacy frameworks

One area that had been proving to be difficult was identifying an appropriate digital literacy framework to use as part of DELILA. I put a call out to colleagues in the CSG information literacy group and Cathie Jackson from Cardiff … Continue reading

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DELILA’s critical friend

On Friday I had a really useful talk with Sandra Griffiths from Queens University Belfast who is the ‘Critical Friend’ to DELILA, appointed by the Higher Education Academy. Sandra is a really experienced educational developer, a lecturer in community education … Continue reading

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DELILA kicks off!

Project DELILA has started for real now as I attended the JISC Programme meeting for the OER Programme Phase 2 last week. We are part of the OMAC strand which is joint with the Higher Education Academy and 11 projects … Continue reading

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