Are you a member of staff who teaches or supports students and would like to develop your digital skills? The Centre for Learning & Teaching is running a series of workshops aimed at those interested in making their online teaching more interactive, and keen to discover the wide range of tools available to create stimulating and engaging online resources.
Each workshop will focus on a different area of digital skills, including:
- creating multimedia resources, such as online posters and infographics, short videos and screencasts, using media for assessment, and capturing audio.
- finding information and communicating online, including the Library scanning service and reading lists, online images and copyright, plagiarism, reference management, and social media and other communities.
- developing a course for online delivery, either on an institutional VLE (e.g. Moodle) or for a wider public (e.g. a MOOC), and designing online learning activities.
- designing online learning activities.
The workshops will be held over four lunchtimes between March and May and have been organised in conjunction with the Library. The sessions will be interactive and staff will be on hand to take your questions, show examples of good practice and, if necessary, book further one-to-one tutorials.
To find out more information, go to the Learning & Teaching Hub@Bath.