Within minutes of launching contribution spokes were received
The LearningWheel makes an impression on Lis Parcell the Subject specialist (libraries and digital resources) at Jisc. Here she blogs about the ColRic conference back in June at Kirkless College.
She writes, “Rather than cover everything, this post will focus on my main takeaways and also look in detail at how we used the LearningWheel approach to collect ideas on how digital tools and resources are being used by college libraries to support teaching and learning.”
Thank you Lis, so proud that LearningWheel made it on your takeaway list. You have summarized the LearningWheel accurately, and what a lesson in how to write a great blog too.
NB: As of 10/10 @ 10:10 (next Tuesday) the #LearningWheel will change the way it is created. LearningWheelLIVE will make spokes more interactive, instructional and dynamic. Watch this space!
This Conference LearningWheel was commissioned (and Captained) by Sarah Knight and Anthony Beal from Jisc. Thank you to all those who contributed ‘spokes’ to the wheel – you have all been cited on the final wheel (see above).
On 2nd June, the University of Lincoln hosted the 4th annual meet up of the network, with 175 participants from over 47 institutions representing higher and further education, of which 63 were students. From the initial meeting in 2013 hosted by Simon Walker and Mark Kerrigan, at the University of Greenwich, with 15 change agents, to 70 participants at the University of Winchester in 2014, 120 in Birmingham in 2015 and now 175 for our 4th annual meet up, it shows the impact student partnerships in having on driving change with technology and enhancing learning and teaching in HE and FE and Skills. Read more