Three wheels on my wagon, and other tales from the SEDA summer school

Our next summer school blog post is from Jakki Sheridan-Ross, who will dispel any illusions you may have had about the SEDA summer school being a bit of a jolly. I advise a cup of tea and a deep breath before launching into her post, which reflects on the whole (exhausting) summer school experience, and how powerful certain group activities and peer discussion can be. Her work is focussed on how hard it is to stop people in universities reinventing the wheel, especially when they’re not sure how many wheels they need…

Jakki’s blog post on the SEDA Digital Literacy Summer School 2012.

Summer school reflections

As part of the Developing Digital Literacies programme, JISC part-funded 12 scholarship places at the 2012 SEDA summer school, ‘Academic Development for the Digital University’. The people who took up these scholarships have been blogging their reflections from the event. Emma King, Learning and Development Advisor at the University of Warwick, reflects in her blog post on the importance of having confidence in your convictions when delivering staff development events.