December 13 2022 - 14:15
About the Event
Hybrid, Virtual and Designing the Physical Study/Workspace
The way libraries and their users work and learn has changed underpinned by new and emerging technologies and with that the library or study spaces have had to adapt. Learn how Milton Keynes college took a whole campus view of how our Study Centre (Library) was integral to a whole campus rethink around our spaces.The design of the space and function of the service also considered loan and use of VR, AR and other emerging technology equipment.
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Executive Head of Digital Learning at Milton Keynes College
Penny is Executive Head of Digital at Milton Keynes College and oversees the study spaces and staff as well as digital learning. Chair of the Digital Pedagogies Group she believes in using technology to provide the best experience for students and staff. Working with employers the team have recently been supporting the college to utilise emerging technology to enhance teaching and learning as well as to provide access to industry-leading equipment to develop skills and employability.
Librarian at Milton Keynes College
Sarah has 19 years’ experience of working in Milton Keynes College, prior to that she worked for Butterworths Lexis/Nexis, Clyde & Co Solicitors, The Treasury and Cabinet Office Library and the British Library (Sconul Traineeship). She gets great satisfaction from working in Education, both in managing resources, and promoting their use to staff and students. MK College is a Microsoft Showcase college, and Sarah has had an opportunity to expand her Skills in Teams, Sharepoint, One Note, Stream, Sway, and the Microsoft Office Packages. These are transforming the support the Digital Learning team can offer staff and students alike. She has also experience in using Heritage Cirqa Library Management System, and developing our Study Centre Pages online. She has achieved two Microsoft Awards, MIEE (Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert) and MCE (Microsoft Certified Educator).
Senior Digital Learning Specialist at Milton Keynes College
Louise’s background spans a variety of sectors from Early years, Hospitality, Public and Private Aviation, Scouting and most recently working with the Digital Resource Team at MK College. Louise’s role is investigating new technologies to enhance the learning process, support tutors and students in understanding the different applications and how to implement them within their curriculum. Through her links within various industries, Louise’s experience in training and network building has ensured students have a realistic introduction to industry and the expectations required from employers, using technology to research companies, enhance communication skills as well as creating personal profiles to stand out amongst the crowd.
Senior Digital Learning Specialist at Milton Keynes College
Coming from a background in Multimedia, Valerie worked extensively in the production of training videos, which brought her into the Education and Training sector. Upon joining Milton Keynes College in 2019 Valerie delivered an interactive programme to 600+ students for gaining skills to be successful in their industry placement. Valerie’s has also taught Media and Animation and has delivered a series of digital skills and emerging technologies workshops for staff and students. Valerie’s particular interest is in Virtual Reality and other emerging technologies and how they can be used in the classroom to facilitate learning and enhance students’ experiences.
- Reflect on the changes and digital transformation brought about by the pandemic.
- Investigate the ways in which new and emerging technology is used in teaching and learning.
- Identify how work and learning has changed.
- Identify the digital skills needed for a new way of working.
- Determine how spaces and services can be designed to accommodate new technology and ways of working.
Who should attend?
Learning resources/library staff in further education and sixth form colleges.
Subject level and previous knowledge required
Introductory and non-intensive, no previous knowledge or experience required
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