SEDA has been successful in its proposal to support JISC Developing Digital Literacies Project with 11 other sector bodies and professional associations (ALDinHE, ALT, AUA, SCASP, LSIS, ODHE, SDF, HEDG, SCONUL, UCISA and Vitae). The 10k project will involve SEDA in disseminating and testing some of the utcomes from institutional Digital Literacies Projects relating to staff and educational development. One particular project, that at the Institute of Education actually has SEDA as a partner from the beginning and will look at developing digital literacy as a graduate attribute
SEDA is currently advertising for a development officer to support this work by embedding it into SEDA's one day events, conferences, publications professional development framework and courses. Anyone interested should contact email@example.com
The sucess of SEDA's bid, builds upon a previous project last year with JISC - the first to involve a professional body in this way to aid dissemination and the embedding of new approaches.
The final report is available at: