JISC Case Studies (in addition to learning technology journals spreadsheet)

JISC used to be funded to provide a range of digital learning services across education in the UK. They no longer receive the same government funding but still have some of their services available for higher education. I haven’t had time to look at these case studies but are as follows – pdf version attached for direct links to these JISC Case Studies

Guide to using social media in learning (University of Leeds, University of York, University of Manchester)
Developing digital confidence through authentic tasks (Nottingham Trent University)
Core skills for professional learning in medicine (Imperial College)
Digital English for international students (University of Glasgow)
Tweets for newcomers – a social media approach to peer induction (City University)
Stepping up to Postgraduate Study in the Arts (Birkbeck College)
Students supporting students with study strategies (Southampton Solent University)
Digital support for essay-writing skills (The Open University)
Online induction for distance learning (University of South Wales)
Students get clued-up at LMU (London Metropolitan University)
Digital literacy for employability – the Edge Award (University of Ulster)
Skills for life online (The Open University)
Updating education studies for a digital age (Blackburn College)
Digital storytelling for employability (University of Bolton)
Skills for professional practice in Biosciences (Glasgow Caledonian University)
Living and working on the web (University of Southampton)
Embedding digital literacy in Early Childhood Studies (Bishop Grosseteste University)
Borderless practices in journalism studies (City University)
Integrating digital literacy with enquiry-based learning (University of Liverpool)
Borderless journeys in photography (Phonar/Coventry University)
Communicating through animation in social care (Manchester Metropolitan University)
Using social media to link theory and practice (University of Oxford)
Snapping and tweeting from the chemistry lab (University of East Anglia)
Supporting students on field trips abroad (University of Reading)
All About Linguistics.com (University of Sheffield)
Bring your own meets get your own at USW (University of South Wales)
Recording demonstrations for inclusive learning in design (University of Greenwich)
An app for that – supporting assistive technology users (Dublin Institute of Technology)
Incoming student surveys – big data, local responses (University of Glasgow)
iPads-for-all create a level playing field (Leeds University Business School)
Digital English for international students (University of Glasgow)
Meeting students’ changing needs for information (Manchester Metropolitan University)
A seamless digital learning environment (Plymouth University)
A space to play with ‘disruptive’ technologies for learning (Coventry University)
iPads and iBooks provide a rich distance learning environment (Manchester Metropolitan University)
A communications portal for language learners (University of Warwick)
Students have their say on Information Systems development (Nottingham Trent University)
Championing the student IT experience at Bristol (University of Bristol)
Cross-institutional open course – BYOD4L (Sheffield Hallam University and Manchester Metropolitan University)
PGCE students ‘get their own’ iPads (University of Hull)
Bring your own meets get your own at USW (University of South Wales)
1 to 1 vs BYOD at Leeds Beckett University (Leeds Beckett University)
Staff-student partnerships in app development (University of Reading)
iChamps at the University of Southampton (University of Southampton)
Students as digital change agents (University of Exeter)
Student Ambassadors for Digital Literacy (London School of Economics)
Incoming student surveys – big data, local responses (University of Glasgow)
Connect, create, collaborate – UCL’s digifest (University College London)
Students supporting students with study strategies (Southampton Solent University)
Developing Digital Literacies – a cross-institutional approach (University of Liverpool)
Graduate attributes and curriculum redesign (Oxford Brookes University)
Expert professional staff support the student experience (Manchester Metropolitan University)
Developing staff, developing courses, developing students (Sheffield Hallam University)
Crowd-sourcing a university strategy (Liverpool Hope University)
Incoming student surveys – big data, local responses (University of Glasgow)
Transforming the student voice process – Pembrokeshire College is using a digital tool and methodology called VocalEyes to support democratic decision-making and improve learner involvement and satisfaction.
DigiDesk a helpdesk run by students for students and staff – DigiDesk helpdesk service at Barnet and Southgate College helps meet FELTAG recommendations for greater participation in digital leadership activities and schemes.
Creating a culture shift at Blackburn College – Three projects at Blackburn College are helping students and staff to engage with digital technologies and enhance learning and teaching and the broader student digital experience.
Building a powerful partnership empowering the student community – two initiatives at Leeds City College to enhance the student digital experience and develop leadership skills, competencies and experience that will prepare student for future study and employment.
London School of Economics – Student Digital Ambassadors for Digital Literacy (SADL)
Birmingham City University: Student Academic Partners
University of Winchester: The Student Fellowship Scheme
University of Lincoln: a research-engaged and collaborative community
University College London (UCL) – UCL digifest: a celebration of staff and student innovation
London Metropolitan University gets Clued up!
The University of Nottingham: How students are making a difference – Students as Change Agents scheme
Digital Literacies at University of the Arts London
Digital Literacies at the University of Bath
Digital Literacies at Cardiff University
Digital Literacies at the University of Exeter
Digital Literacies at the University of Greenwich
Digital Literacies at Grwp Llandrillo Menai
Digital Literacies at the Institute of Education
Digital Literacies at Oxford Brookes University
Digital Literacies at Plymouth University
Digital Literacies at the University of Reading
Digital Literacies at University College London
Digital Literacies at Worcester College of Technology

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