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Below you can find a full list of recordings of all the CPD training sessions run by the Digital Education Team. The recordings are split into two sections, current recordings and an archive of older recordings. Please visit the HR Training Site to search our list of current CPD opportunities and to book your place.
LALT Training Week(s) 2021
Below you will find a list of courses run during the LALT Training Week(s) 2021 and a link to a recording of the session. Please click on the title of the course to find out more information
Using Digital Tools Data to Inform Your Teaching
Title: Using Digital Tools Data to Inform Your Teaching
Engaging Students in the Online Classroom
Title: Engaging Students in the Online Classroom
Asynchronous Teaching & Learning Activities
Title: Asynchronous Teaching & Learning Activities
Creating and Delivering Blackboard Tests (MCQs) and using the Grade Centre
Title: Creating and Delivering Blackboard Tests (MCQs) and using the Grade Centre
Recording video learning resources and micro-lectures with Panopto
Title: Recording video learning resources and micro-lectures with Panopto
Online teaching and blended learning using Microsoft Teams
Title: Online teaching and blended learning using Microsoft Teams
Online teaching: Delivering lectures, seminars and workshops on Collaborate Ultra
Title: Online teaching: Delivering lectures, seminars and workshops using Collaborate Ultra
Turnitin: Marking, Rubrics and Feedback
Title: Turnitin: Marking, Rubrics and Feedback
An Introduction to Blackboard
Title: An Introduction to Blackboard
Creating Accessible Learning Resources and Blackboard Ally
Title: Creating accessible learning resources and Blackboard Ally
Creative Online Engagement with Padlet, MS Whiteboard and Nureva Span
Title: Creative Online Engagement with Padlet, MS Whiteboard and Nureva Span
Older Recorded Webinars
Below you will find a list of courses that have previously run and a link to a recording of the session. Please click on the title of the course to find out more information
An introduction to the ADAPT Workshop (ABC) for blended teaching and learning delivery
Title: An introduction to the ADAPT Workshop (ABC) for blended teaching and learning delivery
Description: This session supported staff with understanding how phase 2.1 of the ADAPT (ABC) workshop functioned. It gave an overview of the ABC curicculum framework, how this fits in with the current ADAPT & ENABLE approach and gave examples of curriculum maps that have been created.
Applying blended learning on your Blackboard module sites
Title:Applying blended learning on your Blackboard module sites
Description: This session looked at the new Blackboard module set up and considered how online communication differs in blended and online learning approaches as opposed to face to face courses. It also looked at the use of instructive and directive language to guide students through online synchronous and asycnchronous activities.
Encouraging Online Participation
Title: Encouraging Online Participation
Description: This session provided information on the general principles of encouraging online participation and how to encourage online participation in: Teams and Blackboard; Online teaching; Breakout rooms.
Padlet Introduction Webinar for Staff
Title: Padlet Introduction Webinar for Staff
Description: This 45 min webinar will introduce staff to the use of Padlet, a new tool that we are piloting in the 20/21 academic year.
Reading, interactive discussion and analytics using Talis Elevate for set reading and creative resources
Title: Reading, interactive discussion and analytics using Talis Elevate for set reading and creative resources
Description: This session introduced the Talis Elevate tool, a new interactive platform to support your teaching and learning. In Talis Elevate, you are able to upload reading extracts in a PDF format and encourage students to make comments and have discussions with their peers right inside the text. You can also upload video, audio and image resources and have similar discussions. Students can make their own, personal notes for revision purposes and you will get access to detailed analytics and reports for each of your modules. This workshop was delivered by colleagues in the Library.
Using LinkedIn Learning in your blended teaching
Title: Using LinkedIn Learning in your blended teaching
Description: This session showed the platform LinkedIn Learning, how it can be used to embed skills development in your curriculum and looked at the extra personalisation features that are avaialble for you and your programme.
Using Poll Everywhere surveys and live questions in a blended learning environment to get student insight and feedback
Title: Using Poll Everywhere surveys and live questions in a blended learning environment to get student insight and feedback
Description: This session introduced the live audience response tool Poll Everywhere and the ways in which it can be used in a blended teaching approach to make your PowerPoint files more engaging and to gain valuable student feedback on your delivery and measure engagement and interaction in the online environment.
Using Talis Aspire to empower your reading list in a blended learning environment
Title:Using Talis Aspire to empower your reading list in a blended learning environment
Description: This session introduced the new version of Talis Aspire, the reading list tool for the University. In the new upgrade to Talis Aspire you are able to embed select elements of your reading list into your Module Content on Blackboard. So you can now associate specific texts, articles and books with set tasks in your teaching.
Wordpress Blogs for Coursework and an introduction to using the WordPress System
Title: WordPress Blogs for Coursework and an Introduction to Using the WordPress System
Description: This 30 min tutorial video recorded for students in the Lincoln School of Fine and Performing Arts, is a useful introduction to how the Coursework blogs system can be used for assessed work. It also provides an introduction to how WordPress can be used by students and staff alike.