Welcome to Digital Scholarship 2020
The Library invites you to participate in the 2013 series of Digital Scholarship 2020, a professional development program to assist with the implementation of LIVE the future: Agenda 2020; and to support the University’s strategic directions in teaching and learning, and research.
Find out about the latest global information sources and tools to provide an enriched cloud and located teaching & learning and research experience for your students.
This is an ongoing and evolving program with new tools and resources progressively added. Explore now, check again later, or create an RSS feed to receive updates on new content, videos, tutorials and new themes.
This program is open to all Deakin academics, researchers and general staff.
Snapshots of Premium Cloud and Located Learning
Deakin University Library's digital literacy program supports course learning outcomes using global information resources and new and existing educational technologies.
Liaison Librarians work closely with academic staff in designing and developing customised cloud and located workshops, learning objects, and resources to support students. Explore some exemplars here
Register for workshops
Register for upcoming workshops via the Events Registration System:
Showcase: Introduction to global digital information sources
Discover the latest library resources to source streaming video, images, e-books and journal articles to enhance your teaching & learning and research activities.
Workshop 1: Engaging with information using social media
Learn how to use online tools to curate information from the Internet and Library subscribed resources to support your teaching and learning.
Workshop 2: Streaming video resources for teaching and learning
Learn how to create clips and playlists from multimedia resources to add vibrant learning experiences in your units.
Workshop 3: Library resources in CloudDeakin
Learn how to create links to streaming video, images, e-books and journal articles for use in your teaching & learning and research activities.
Workshops at each campus:
Tuesday 9th July Melbourne Burwood
Wednesday 10th July Geelong Waurn Ponds
Thursday 11th Julyl Geelong Waterfront
Friday 12th July Warrnambool
Friday 16th July eLive
Contact: Daisy Tyson, Manager Faculty Services, Teaching and Learning on 92446662 or email email@example.com.
Contact your Liaison Librarian
Your Liaison Librarians are available to assist you in using these resources - feel welcome to arrange an individual consultation or group training.