March 11 2022 - 14:15
About the Event
The role of the library in enabling blended learning
In this session Scott Hayden will share how a team of students turned Learning Technologists and Facilitators helped develop an under-used LRC and adjoining spaces into a space that helps all Full Time learners engage in registered and timetabled Flipped and Blended Learning sessions every week throughout the year.
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Digital Innovation Specialist at Basingstoke College of Technology and the Edtech Demonstrator programme (funded by the DfE)
Scott is a Teacher and a Manager of a Student-turned-Technologist team that supports and trains all learners and staff in using digital, creative, and innovative approaches to teaching and learning.
In 2018 the team he created and led built around students and apprentices at BCoT won the TES FE Award for ‘Outstanding use of Technology for improving Teaching, Learning and Assessment 2018’ and was named in the EdTech50.
He is a Google Certified Innovator, a National Teaching Awards Silver Winner, a National Advisor for EdTech UK, and is currently in the Final for the AoC Beacon Award for Digital Technology in FE 2022 and part of the DfE’s EdTech Demonstrator Programme to support and develop the use of edtech in schools and colleges across the country since March 2020.
- Understanding the role of the library in enabling blended learning
- Highlighting the skills do Library staff need
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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