Scholarship development: Introduction to digital scholarship
Presented by Professor Keith Smyth, this interactive webinar provided an introduction to digital scholarship, including the use of blogging and social media.
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The session will explore the idea of ‘digital scholarship’, or how we can use online digital media and networks to engage in the sharing and development of academic knowledge, also looking at how we can harness social media and online networks to develop our own educational practice; engage students in co-creative pedagogic approaches; share good practice with others; and increase engagement with our own scholarly and research outputs. Drawing upon a range of practical examples, a key aim of the webinar is for participants to identify at least one way in which they could benefit from engaging (or further engaging) in digital scholarship activity.
Keith Smyth is Professor of Pedagogy and Head of the Learning and Teaching Academy. Keith works with colleagues across the university on strategic learning and teaching developments, learning and teaching enhancement initiatives, funded projects and supporting staff to engage in educational research.
Keith has particular interests in co-creative pedagogies and curriculum models, open education, technology-enhanced learning, educational strategy and policy, and developing pedagogic research and scholarship. Keith has written and presented widely in these areas, including the recent co-authored books ‘Conceptualising the Digital University’ (with Bill Johnston and Sheila MacNeill) and ‘Digital Learning - The Key Concepts’ (with Frank Rennie).
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