Our first #LUNCHTIMESESSION, ‘The Evolution of Going Digital’ with hosts Dr Claire Indans and Carl Hardwick, took place online on Tuesday 16th May 2023.
In Claire’s words: “This discussion details the inception, process, and review of #’going digital’ in which a paradigmatic shift from a post-post-modern perspective to that of a hybridised synergistic model occurred.
Going Digital was a collaborative project between the leadership and management team, the delivery team, and administration. In terms of education, the pandemic was a disruptor within educational leadership and management. It forced a reframe of provision, primarily this educative reframe included an increase in situational leadership, a rise of structure, and a reduction of agency. Early pandemic focusses were predominantly reactive and responsive operational activities, as opposed to strategy.
Once stabilised, new remote ways of working were established via a community of practice and through resumption of team autonomy and agency. Collaborative research, and a subsequent 18-month going digital project commenced in May 2021. The whole organisation were involved in a process to enable understanding of former and existing operational and teaching practices. Digital Curriculum growth was the aim to enable a transformative process to emerge, whilst aligning, serving, and incorporating stakeholder (learners and employers) requirements. The leadership and management team encountered unprecedented territory when a semantic shift transpired; an evolution of a new language occurred as did new practices.”
In case you missed it or would like to catch up, you can now watch it in full below.
You can view the presentation slides from the sessions here.
A huge thank you to Claire and Carl for an thought-provoking presentation and for being the first ever hosts of our #LUNCHTIMESESSIONS!
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