A team of academic and professional services colleagues have successfully applied to take part in this year’s Learning Design Bootcamp.
Introduced in 2019, the bootcamp is a fantastic opportunity for teams to work with experienced colleagues from other institutions to design and develop modules of their choice.
The successful Newcastle University team are based in the School of Modern Languages and the Learning and Teaching Development Service, bringing lots of ideas and expertise to the process. The team will benefit from a range of workshops, the chance to connect with a community of practitioners and access to their own mentor and coach.
The bootcamp will support teams with the implementation of online/blended learning covering 4 key aspects of learning design:
- Student journey
- Learning Design
Nuala Davis, Learning Enhancement and Technology Projects Adviser is part of the successful team and has shared how it is going so far:
“Even though we are now less than half-way through the Bootcamp we already have lots to reflect on and bring forward into our practice. It’s giving us the opportunity to learn more about module design in the context of a real project.”
An educational experience supported and enhanced by technology is a key theme in our Education Strategy and taking part in the programme offers a unique opportunity to develop confidence in broadening the choice of learning design approaches adopted by academic and professional services colleagues.
Following the bootcamp, the team will have lots of knowledge to share, so look out for some case studies, events and our own internal bootcamp. If you are interested in finding out more, get in touch with LTDS@ncl.ac.uk