The SLiDA project investigated how institutions are creating and enabling opportunities that promote the development of effective learning in a digital age. The ultimate aim is to promote strategies which support learners to develop the access, skills, strategies and attributes they need to learn effectively with technology. The main deliverables of the study are a set of institutional Case Studies which are presented on this site. Any questions about the project can be directed to Rhona Sharpe, Oxford Brookes University.
The key question proposed by this project was "How are institutions creating and enabling opportunities that promote the development of effective learning in a digital age?" There is a range of more specific questions which follow below. Browsing these questions will lead you to the Case Studies tackling each question specifically.
Q1. What strategies, policies and practices can be used to support learners to develop digital literacies relevant for professional and lifelong working?
See Professional and Lifelong Working
Q4. How can the development of effective learners be supported in individual, personalised ways?
Q7. How are learning spaces that have been adapted in response to learner needs, being used to promote effective learning? (1 case)
See Learning Spaces
Q2. What frameworks are useful in specifying effective academic technology mediated practices?
Q5. In what ways can policies and practices be student driven?
See Student Driven
Q8. How are institutions making use of effective learners to benefit other learners?
See Peer Support
Q3. How can the development of digital literacies and learning support be successfully embedded into the curriculum?
Q9. Which staff development approaches support the development of effective digital literacies for staff?
See Staff Development