Digital Learning: "Digital learning is the ability to turn digital opportunities into personal learning gains. In many ways this depends on our general readiness and motivation to learn, but in some ways digital learning makes particular demands. Habits of successful digital learners include: using new media such as apps, games and quizzes; participating in open courses and learning networks; using digital tools to plan, reflect and showcase learning; monitoring and self-assessing; managing time and tasks."
Digital Teaching: "Digital teaching is the ability to support and develop others in digital settings. This might mean working in a teaching role or as part of a teaching team, or it might mean supporting development much less formally, e.g. as an appraiser or mentor. As with digital learning, the underlying commitment to development must be there, but the digital tools for realising it present new opportunities and challenges."
Discover more about the concepts of Digital Learning and Development by watching the following video, developed by students at the University of Derby.
To find out about Digital Learning and Development, take a look at the following guidance provided by Queen's:
- QUB Canvas Blog
- Accessible Content Design (QUB Canvas Blog)
- Digital Learning Programme
- Learning and Teaching
- Learning Resources - LDS
- Digital Learning Glossary - For your students
Here are some other resources to help you explore this important element of digital capability.
Watch this short video of the main headline digital experience 2020/21 survey findings.
An overall insititutional brochure is also available which outlines the findings in more detail. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for access.
You can view this resource by ALT (Association for Learning Technology) here!
This is a free resource available online from the Canadian B.C. Open Textbook Project, recommended by JISC.
Teaching in a Digital Age by A.W. (Tony) Bates