ocTEL webinar: week 2 with Helen Beetham

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ocTEL weekly webinars

As part of the ocTEL course we are running weekly webinars on Wednesdays, starting on 10 April. Webinars will usually start at 12:30pm (BST). Webinars are open to all and are free to attend. ocTEL participants will automatically receive joining instructions, so there is no need to register again. We will make the recordings of the sessions available via the ocTEL website. If you haven't yet registered for the course then you can still do so via the ocTEL registration form.

This week's webinar

You can access the Week 2 webinar via this link

This week Helen Beetham, an expert on learners' experiences of TEL and on digital literacy, will help us to focus on the learner perspective. During the webinar you will find out how much you really know about your digital learners and explore some myths that can get in the way of understanding learners' needs. You will consider what aspects of learners' digital capability are most relevant to their educational success and look in more detail at what we mean by digital literacy.

About the presenter

Helen Beetham has written widely on digital literacies and is currently synthesis consultant to the JISC Developing Digital Literacies programme. Previously she has led research programmes on learners' experiences of e-learning and on curriculum design for technology enhanced learning. She is the author of many articles, chapters and online resources, and the editor of Rethinking Pedagogy for a Digital Age (second edition available from Routledge in May).

 

Date: 
24-04-2013 12:30 to 13:30
Cost: 
Free

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