March 21, 2012
This is the first of a series of posts summarizing the technical aspects of the JISC
Curriculum Design Programme, based on a series of discussions between CETIS and the projects. These yearly discussions have been annotated and recorded in our PROD database.
The programme is well into its final year with projects due to finish at [...]
October 28, 2011
Earlier this week Rachel Forsyth and Nicola Whitton from the SRC (Supporting Response Curricula) Project at MMU led a webinar titled "Models of Responsiveness". The session focused on the ways the team have been working with staff across the institution around the complex internal and external issues and drivers around developing "responsive" curricula. [...]
October 18, 2011
Sustaining and embedding changes to curriculum design practices and processes was the theme for the Curriculum Design Programme meeting held last week in Nottingham.
The projects are now in their final year of a four year funding cycle, and the focus of the activities and discussions were to:
"*Explore how projects can best ensure their activities result [...]
October 13, 2011
The penultimate Curriculum Design Programme meeting took place earlier this week in Nottingham. Three and a half years into the funding cycle, the meeting focused on life after programme. What are the most effective ways to share, embed, build on the changes instigated by projects within and across institutions?
I'll be writing [...]
September 8, 2011
In preparation for the this year's Design Bash, I've been thinking about some of the "big" questions around learning design and what we actually want to achieve on the day.
When we first ran a design bash, 4 years ago as part of the JISC Design for Learning Programme we outlined three areas of activity /interoperability [...]
August 8, 2011
Following on from previous successful events, I'm pleased to announce that on 30 September we are once again running a Design Bash at the University of Oxford.
As in previous years this event will be very hands on allowing people to share their learning designs, tools and systems and to explore potential collaborations. Once [...]
June 14, 2011
A new JISC guide " Transforming curriculum delivery through technology: Stories of challenge, benefit and change" has been launched today.
"a mini-guide to the outcomes of the JISC Transforming Curriculum Delivery Through Technology programme, summarises the headline benefits of technology in curriculum delivery made evident by the work of the 15 projects in the [...]
May 27, 2011
A recording of the online presentation "From challenge to change: how technology can transform curriculum delivery" by Lisa Gray (JISC Progamme Manager), Marianne Sheppard (Researcher/Analyst, JISC infoNet and project co-ordinator for the Support and Synthesis project) and myself is now available online.
During 2008–2010, the JISC Transforming Curriculum Delivery through Technology [...]
May 23, 2011
As the JISC funded Curriculum Design Programme is now entering its final year, the recent Programme meeting focused on effective sharing of outputs. The theme of the day was "Going beyond the obvious, talking about challenge and change".
In the morning there were a number of breakout sessions around different methods/approaches of how to effectively tell [...]
May 12, 2011
Twitter story from the 11 May JISC Curriculum Design Programme Meeting.
[View the story "Talking about challenge and change" on Storify]