Regional Workshop: Developing Enabling Policies for Digital and Open Teaching and Learning
23rd October @ 10:30 am - 3:30 pm
The National Forum will facilitate a workshop on Wednesday 23 October to support those in Irish higher education who are engaged in institutional policy development, or who would like to contribute to institutional policies, in the areas of digital and/or open teaching and learning. This is the second in a series National Forum regional workshops, following a similar event in Galway in June 2019, to inform and support the development of national and institutional policies related to teaching and learning in an open digital world.
The workshop will provide a forum to share challenges and aims and to explore relevant digital/open policies and policy resources from higher education institutions and other bodies, within and outside of Ireland. Workshop participants will have the opportunity to review and discuss digital/open policymaking approaches relevant to their own contexts – with a focus on approaches that are effective, inclusive and responsive across all aspects: policy elements, core processes and partners, consideration of risks and beneﬁts, policy implementation and review.
These workshops are also opportunities to provide feedback and suggestions to the National Forum on how best to support all engaged in institutional digital/open policy development and how to communicate and share this work across the Irish higher education sector.
The workshop runs from 10:30am to 3:30pm on 23 October at Dublin Business School (Castle House). All are welcome, but registration is required. Further details, including registration, is available at the Eventbrite link below. Any questions can be directed to Catherine.Cronin@teachingandlearning.ie.
Regional policy workshops focused on digital and open teaching and learning support the strategic aims of the National Forum in 2019-21 to inform and support the development of national and institutional policies related to teaching and learning in an open digital world.