Using digital to support learning

July 15, 2019 9:30 am
Leeds Discovery Centre, LS10 1LB

A day of discovery and discussion for cultural professionals, examining the role of digital in supporting learning and engagement activities.  The programme starts with an overview suitable for people already involved in digital learning, as well as those who are not sure what digital learning is.  The programme includes hands on sessions presented by highly experienced practitioners, offering ideas for you to adapt to your own context. 

Lunch and refreshments are included.  Day runs 0945 – 1630

Sessions include:

Martin Bazley, Chair DLNET and Digital Heritage Consultant:  digital learning overview including planning, creation and evaluation

Alec Ward, London Museum Development: Social Media and Creating Digital content : why and how to use it for your learning audiences

Wilson Yau, RIBA: Tablets as drawing tools, focusing on ‘observation’ and ‘making’

Izzy Bartley, Leeds Museums and Galleries and Claire Duffield, Leeds Libraries: Microbits: hands on session with ideas for your organisation, with reference to the new computing curriculum

Alec Ward, London Museum Development: Digital storytelling: how and why to do it, with hands on practice using Twine