The University of Glasgow will be uniquely focusing on transitions involving technology as it will aim to support transitions from a campus face-to-face experience to a blended online learning environment.
In the second year of the Theme, the University is developing and piloting interventions to examine and test the transition framework developed in year one. This will be done using the interventions and developed through the online course development projects being undertaken at the Glasgow. In addition to exploring collaboration with other institutions in Scotland, the University has also been approached by colleagues at The University of Notre Dame, Australia who are part of a project looking at transitions to blended learning.
The institutional lead is Kerr Gardner.
- Hold ‘World Café’ session with Institutional Team to review year 1 and year 2 activity
- Meet partnering institutions RCS (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland) & OU (Open University Scotland) to discuss collaborative opportunities
- Researching blended learner experiences
- Researching experiences of staff designing new blends
- Student Technology Conference
- Continue to evaluate learner experiences of transitions through blended learning, as the University expands blended course offerings
- Implement and evaluate ‘anchor points’ arising from year 2 work with stakeholders across the university
- Collate findings from across the different years of activity into a single, comprehensive report for QAA Scotland