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Developing Enabling Policies for Digital and Open Teaching and Learning
June 13 @ 10:30 am - 3:30 pm
A participatory workshop for all engaged in institutional policy development with respect to digital and open teaching and learning.
This workshop is open to all in Irish higher education, particularly those engaged in institutional policy development with respect to digital and open teaching and learning.
Workshop participants will have the opportunity to review and discuss various digital/open policies and policymaking approaches and consider approaches that are relevant to their own contexts. The workshop will also share policy resources, including the National Forum’s Guide to Developing Enabling Policies for Digital Teaching and Learning. Overall, the focus will be on policymaking approaches that are effective, inclusive and responsive across all aspects: policy elements, core processes and partners, consideration of risks and beneﬁts, policy implementation and review.
The workshop will be facilitated by Dr. Catherine Cronin (Strategic Education Developer, National Forum) and guest speakers will include Dr. Tony Murphy (Head , Quality Enhancement and Innovation in Teaching and Learning, Dublin Business School), Dr. Fiona Chambers (Head, School of Education, University College Cork), Dave Sammon (Professor, Information Systems), and John Cox (University Librarian, National University of Ireland Galway).
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10:30 Arrival and Coffee/tea/fruit/pastries
11:00 Introduction and welcome
11:15 Presentation and discussion: Developing an Open Access policy – John Cox (NUIG)
11:50 Exploration of National Forum guide: Developing enabling policies for digital teaching and learning and related resources – Tony Murphy (DBS) and Catherine Cronin (National Forum)
12:20 Presentation and discussion: Developing a Lecture Recording policy – Tony Murphy (DBS)
13:30 Presentation and discussion: Using design thinking to develop and consolidate university-wide policies – Fiona Chambers and Dave Sammon (UCC)
14:10 Workshop activity: Understanding policy challenges (common and context-specific), marshalling resources and support, charting steps forward, and sharing progress
15:20 Wrap-up and close
This workshop supports the strategic aims of the National Forum in 2019-21 to inform and support the development of national and institutional policies related to teaching and learning in an open digital world. The workshop will build on resources already created by the National Forum, in particular the Guide to Developing Enabling Policies for Digital Teaching and Learning.