This workstream focuses on the development of data dashboard capability for learners which will enable them to self-monitor progress, thereby increasing their digital literacy and empowering them to take control of their own learning.
The workstream entails students assembling examples of their work in a repository/e-Portfolio tool to enable them to reflect on their strengths across the duration of their programme of study, enabling them to demonstrate how they meet the stated learning outcomes. The e-Portfolio will be externally linkable to enable learners to share the record for purposes of job application of for further education, scholarship application etc.
Overall objectives of this workstream include the following:
- Develop and deploy a learner dashboard to track progress through programmes of registration
- Plan/schedule transformative learning events across the TU Dublin campuses with appropriate access provisions to enable cross-disciplinary participation.
- Identify an-Portfolio standard for transformative learning record development and management.
- Offer academic integrity training to support taught programmes.
- Develop an integrated transformative learning record course handbook staff with appropriate training.
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Workstream 4.3 Presentations – Principles for Nurturing Academic Integrity in Academic Programmes
2. Strategies for first year student success – 12-1pm Wed 6 April. Facilitators: Ana Schalk, Jen Harvey and TU Dublin guests.
During this participative webinar, we will share recent Checklist for student success survey data. Our guests, including Geraldine Gray, Adrienne Fleming, Lindsay Dowling and Noirin McNamara (EDI), will provide ideas that can support early assessment & feedback, help build a culture of Academic Integrity, develop first year student skills for success and create a sense of belonging within an inclusive welcoming learning environment.