…Developing digital literacy through social bookmarking
This small project, funded by the Higher Education Academy’s Changing the Learning Landscape (CLL) Embedding Learning Technologies Small Grant Call, was a collaboration between a team of academics at the Universities of Lincoln, the University of Sussex and Liverpool John Moore University (for details of the project team, see here). It took place in the academic year 2013-14 and the project report and other documentation can be seen via the links below.
News and dissemination:
- Project announcement @ University of Sussex Centre for Language Studies – September 2013
- Project announcement @ this website – September 2013
- Developing student learning online in History: research, approaches and their broader implications @ History UK meeting, Institute of Historical Research, London – November 2013 (slides 19-29 discuss social bookmarking)
- Workshop 2: Technologies @ JGU Mainz, Germany, March 2014 (slides 51-55 discuss social bookmarking)
- A guide to using Diigo for students and staff by Neil Jones (3rd year History student, University of Lincoln) – December 2013
Documentation and reporting:
- J. Wood, A. Liuzzo Scorpo, M. Rahman, L. Matthews-Jones, E. Bell and S. Taylor, Making historians digitally: online approaches to inquiry-based learning in history in higher education in the UK, in J. Carfora & P. Blessinger, eds., Inquiry-Based Learning for the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences: A Conceptual and Practical Resource for Educators (Bingley: Emerald), vol. 2, pp. 397-412.
- N. Taha, J. Wood and A. Cox, Social Bookmarking Pedagogies in Higher Education: A Comparative Study, International Journal of Information Systems in the Service Sector, 6.1 (2014), 24-36