Our new podcast episode is a stimulating conversation on what digital fluency mean in different disciplines – with Kerry Traynor, Jon Hogg and Rob Treharne, three academics across the University of Liverpool. Hosted by Tunde Varga-Atkins.
Listen to find out:
What object our guests brought to the Studio that represent digital fluency.
How a historian, a communication & media specialist and a physicist views digital fluency?
What has Aristotle got to do with digital technologies?
Students’ digital capabilities and considerations for course design.
How we can support students and academics in developing students’ digital capabilities.
Tips for digital fluency.
Find out more about digital fluency as a graduate attribute and the Curriculum Framework at the University of Liverpool at :
CIE had an inspiring conversation with Dr Chris Edmonds, one of the University of Liverpool's Microsoft Teams Champions.
Listen to our latest podcast to get ideas on how to:
Implement project based learning using Teams.
Manage the different available digital tools in the student journey.
Get started with Microsoft Teams for teaching and learning.
Find out more about the University of Liverpool Microsoft Teams Champions Programme:
Hosted by Dr Monica Chavez
Our first Podcast starts with a look at what CIE is and does. We chat with Simon Thomson and Ceri Coulby and look at how you can expect to work alongside CIE in the future. For a downloadable transcript of the podcast, click here.