Here at Reading, each School has a named School e-Learning Co-ordinator (SeLC) who plays a key role in e-Learning provision. The SeLCs meet regularly to share experiences and develop communal practice. However, their role is not always well-defined or recognised within their own School. Introducing our (relatively!) new project on digital literacies, at today’s SeLCs Meeting the Digitally Ready project team invited staff who are stakeholders in technology-enhanced Teaching & Learning to talk about their role, existing practice within their School, to identify goals for the future and discuss these in the context of the digital literacies agenda.
A common theme emerging from the discussion was the delegates’ wish for a central forum for discussion and exchange of ideas, mutual support, and showcasing and celebrating achievements.