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From first steps to outstanding - developing the Jisc NUS benchmarking tool for use in staff development Sheila MacNeill, GCU, #connectmore16 Stirling

Integrating digital capabilities into CPD provision @ GCU

Digital capabilities: the six elements ©Jisc CC BY-NC-ND
Jisc NUS Benchmarking Tool

What we did

Experimented in a CPD workshop. Useful discussion starter, but too much information.

SLaSE (supporting learning and student engagement) - new CPD module, blended and online versions running concurrently

"This work based learning module is designed to support the induction of new and early career staff working in a student learning or student engagement role in higher education. The module structure provides opportunities for students to explore evidence bases for effective student learning and engagement strategies to engender a reflective approach to their professional practice. The module will additionally promote the identification of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) needs related and appropriate to your current organisational role to support further development of your professional practice."

In the "learning technology" block, used the tool to as a way to get our students to reflect on their role in relation to the "Support and progress students’ digital capabilities throughout their studies" principle.

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