Digital Citizenship

The School of Education is proud to be involved in the Year of Digital Citizenship

We have supported thirteen projects to date relating to Digital Citizenship, all of which will use open education resources to encourage best practice in

  • Websites
  • MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses)
  • Online guides
  • Interactive videos
  • Games and learning platforms

Each of these projects focus on one or more aspects of digital citizenship, such as

  • Privacy
  • Safety
  • Information quality
  • Creative expression


Building Your Online Presence as an Educational Professional

This will be an online guide for students embarking on training for a career in education. It will enable student to be proactive and in control of their online presence.

Emma Asprey

Supporting Safe Creative Art Practice: Online Video Resources

The digital teaching and learning resource will comprise 5 short instructional videos outlining key aspects of risk assessment and identifying hazards.

June Bianchi

Online formative self-assessment tool

A third year module tool for helping students to get ready for final assessments by practicing with an online self-assessment tool.

Daniel Bishop

Talking Policy

A short series of choose your own adventure interactive videos focused on policy and practice to be used to support learning in seminars.

Richard Riddell

MOOC in Early Years Education

A new MOOC with a focus on ethical practice and ethical relationships in research with Early Years education developed as a short course for students.

Rebecca Digby

Group Presentations Digital Learning Object (GRUPLO)

GRUPLO will explore existing practice in digital collaboration and create a learning space for all students to use digital tools in group presentations.

Chris Collier and Jim Hordern

View project

Dialogic Online Learning Network in Early Childhood (DOLNEC)

DONLEC will be a structured online space that will facilitate the sharing and discussion of ideas relating to early years and higher education.

Laura Tallant

Interactive Reading Lists

A core reading list will be provided via Mendeley and students will build new knowledge networks by adding their own readings.

Lindsey Horner

Children’s Visible Voices

Working with nursery children, parents, and practitioners the team will create high quality video and reflective data exploring local outdoor environments.

Viki Bennett, Joe Brown and Alyson Lewis

Writing for the Web: Less can be More

Building on the World Wide Web Consortium this project will utilise web-based success criteria to help students produce a web-based article that makes the argument for the role of technology in future education.

Graham Downes

International Students- Learning to Play the Game

A narrative game that will induct international students to the cultural and procedural aspects of life in south-west England.

Alan Howe

Virtual Learning in a Flying Faculty

This project will produce high quality content captures for students in a partner college to use in their own dissertation studies and focus on student voice.

Alyson Lewis

Virtual Reality Classroom Environments

Using Google Cardboard and mobile phones this project will create an immersive interactive classroom experience to understand how classroom environments impact learning.

Paul Richardson

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