The importance of reflecting on our digital practice | Pwysigrwydd myfyrio ar ein harferion digidol

by Chloe Reid, Student Engagement Intern.

As a new intern within the Centre of Education Support and Innovation, I was pleased to be given the chance to attend a conference led by this very department on Tuesday 3 July.  The conference focused on ‘Education Innovation in Practice’ and served as a fascinating insight into what goes on behind the scenes within learning and teaching. As a student it was refreshing to have the opportunity to converse with staff in a different setting about approaches to education and trying out new ideas.

The workshop that piqued my interest most of all was titled ‘Prelude to change: understanding your own digital practice’ (developed by Donna Lanclos and Lawrie Phipps for the Jisc Digital Leaders Course). This was led by Dewi Parry from the CESI Learning Technology team and Matt Smith of the WCPPE, School of Pharmacy.  For both students and staff, our use of digital technology is so ubiquitous that sometimes we forget how much we rely on it.  For that reason I was intrigued to learn more about this session.

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