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Read reports on Digichamp outreach and workshops:
Another year, another guest lecture…hopefully it doesn’t get any less exciting! Two weeks ago, trusty DigiChamps Tom Rowledge, Sarah Hewitt and Nic Fair and I all delivered a session on Digital Literacies to MANG1022. This was an interactive session, similar in many ways to the one last year, but also with an additional “Data-Gathering” dimension. I’ll come on to the… Read more →
This week, the cohort of the Business School’s MANG1022 module received a session on Digital Literacy from either Sarah Hewitt, Nic Fair or Tom Rowledge and I. We were asked to create a session appropriate to introduce the concept of Digital Literacy to Level 1 students a few weeks ago, and now we have delivered the session we are very… Read more →
I really enjoyed delivering the blogging workshops. I think my natural place is at the front of a class, delivering some information (and maybe even wisdom!), and asking for feedback from the audience. My co-presenters, Amanda and Houry, were also excellent to work with, and I really hope we delivered something useful. I was very conscious that my personal style… Read more →
Earlier this year we were approached by Lorna Franklin from the Hampshire Cultural Trust. The Trust had received Heritage Lottery funding to engage teenagers in developing an exhibition on how technology has impacted our lives since the 1970s. Managed by the Ashcroft Arts Centre, the exhibition is to be staged at Westbury Manor Museum, Fareham in August, and Lorna was… Read more →
Digichamp Merel van Dijke and I were invited to present a seminar on ‘Living and Learning on The Web’ as part of a Business and Management outreach project for A level students which took place at The CitiGroup Centre in London. The Web has revolutionised the way in which humans connect and consume information, in turn sparking new heights of literacy, intellectuality… Read more →
Before the Christmas break, the Digichamps were approached to provide BioMedical Science Graduates with advice on what to do and what not to do with social media when entering the job industry for the first time. With 92% of recruiters using social media during the hiring process, it’s vital that potential employers get the right first impression after Googling you. This… Read more →