The digital capabilities of learning developers
ALDinHE’s Australian partner, AALL (Association for Academic Language and Learning), is investigating digital capability in learning developers in light of the COVID changes, and would like to gather the thoughts of UK practitioners through an anonymous survey.
The aim of this survey is to explore where Academic Language and Learning (ALL) practitioners’ strengths and challenges lie within the digital and technology educational space and how our use and perceptions of technology have been affected by COVID-19. It is designed to gather information to create conversations, normalise sharing and increase ALL practitioners’ exposure to issues around eLearning. The results will be shared through reports and publications in a de-identified form.
This study has full ethical clearance through Monash University, Australia, and is being carried out by Dr Anna Podorova (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Explanatory statement: https://drive.google.com/file/d/19J5ST85xXNZ2pP67ru98fFczVDdlLxsF/view?usp=sharing
Closing date for survey entries: 31st January 2021.
- Study Skills
- Learning Spaces and Learning Communities
- Academic Literacy
- Playful and Creative Learning
- Assessment Feedback and Course Design
- Technology Enhanced Learning
- Widening Participation
- Inclusivity and Differentiation
- Research Methodologies and Data Collection
- Leadership and Management
- Digital Literacy
- Peer Assisted Learning and Mentoring
- Induction and Transition
- Visual Literacy and Presentation Skills