The Digital Classroom Roadshow | Complete Overview

The Digital Classroom is a fully wireless active learning space. It combines many areas of expertise to create an engaging learning and teaching space that drives full-participation amongst students co-collaborating in small teams supported by their tutor’s expertise and guidance. What to expect from this session We will commence with an overview of the digital capabilities for students and tutors as outlined in the Digital Capabilities Simplified workshop, and then expand this out to cover all the inputs necessary to make the digital classroom and other collaborative learning spaces effective – and perhaps even reference a couple of examples of where and why similar developments elsewhere were not effective. We will cover: academic development challenges, design and build issues, timetabling – a vital ingredient often overlooked, technology to enable active learning, and student communication around their responsibilities and expectations for active learning to be successful across the campus. Who should attend? Open to University of Dundee staff. Suitable for Heads of Learning and Teaching, Directors of Estates, Space and Utilisation Managers, Heads of Technology and Innovation, Academic Development Professionals, Timetablers etc. A series of external workshops are also being hosted at this location on the 22-23 Jun 2017.

If you would like to attend any of these, please book your place via the official website page. http://www.digitalclassroomroadshow.co.uk/dundee.htm

Tickets: Free Book a Place