Upcoming workshops – January 2021

CTIL are in the process of developing a new suite of workshops for the start of Semester 2; these are being developed in light of feedback we have had via Digital Champions, the Student pulse survey and other channels.

Unless otherwise noted,  all sessions will be in named Collaborate  rooms in the eLearning Resources for Staff Organisation. 

Making your module template work for you

A short (30 minute) session looking at the structure of the module templates, and why students find it useful to have the content structured. The module template is a framework – not a straitjacket, allowing you to do what you do best, design the learning journey. 
  • Monday January 11th 10:00-10:30 and 14:00-14:30
  • Monday January 18th 10:00-10:30 and 14:00-14:30

No booking required.  

Blend your Module again

In Blend your Module, we’ll be looking at the ways you can structure your module resources to support and engage your students.
You’ll have looked at the “Blend your Module” resources, and the session will cover the practicalities of getting your ideas into reality. We won’t be covering the technical “how to” – but we can point you to appropriate resources, when you have decided on the learning journey you’ll be creating.
Come alone, or come with a colleague you’ll be teaching with.
Sessions are 2 hours long. 
  • Tuesday January 12th 14:00-16:00
  • Thursday January 21st 14:00-16:00
  • Monday January 25th 14:30 – 16:30

No booking required 

Induction activities

An overview of induction activities that have been used in Education and Social Work very effectively, as well as ideas for other activities that have worked for others. This session explores how to support students by building in technical and online learning orientation activities that works as a student induction. The advantage of deploying a few key tools is that an online induction event can be created without technical or technological expertise that does not take long to implement and be easily reused for subsequent cohorts.  This session will be hands on, and active! Come and find out ways to get your students engaged from the start! 

Date: Wednesday, 13 January – 10:05 – 11:15 
Session link on Collaborate: Designing and facilitating an online induction 

No booking required. 

Video How To’s:

Workshop 1: Making effective videos for learning

In the first hour of this session, we will look at the pedagogy of using video and practical methods of video workflow. We will discuss video planning and set-up from low to high spec options. In the optional second hour, there will be opportunity for you to take on some practical exercises or gain real project support.

Booking is required for these sessions – please follow the links

  • Thursday January 14th 14:00-16:00 (booking)
  • Tuesday January 19th 14:00 – 16:00 (booking)
  • Friday January 29th 10:00 – 12:00 (booking

Workshop 2: Creating a short digital lecture

In this session we will be taking you through practical tips and methods of capturing your screen and creating digital lecture videos. We will be discussing workflow, work breakdown, design tips and accessibility with time for question + answer at the end. 

Booking is required for these sessions

  • Thursday January 21st 10:00 – 11:00 (booking)
  • Wednesday January 27th 15:00 – 16:00 (booking

Turnitin – an introduction

A short course, covering creating assignments, understanding a Turnitin report, and marking student work. This will comprise of a short self paced online course (starting January 18th) – which should take you about 2-3 hours. On Tuesday January 26th (Final Time TBC ) we have a live session to review issues that have arisen, discuss aspects of Academic Integrity, and any other queries that have arisen.
 
This will be in its own Module within My Dundee, not the eLearning for staff organisation
  • Monday January 18th – Tuesday January 26th (self study online) 
  • Live session Tuesday January 26th 10:00 – 11:00 (TBC) 

Please book online

 

 

 

Leave a Comment

This site is under construction. We're in the process of moving and updating our digital education resource site from its original home on Learning Spaces over the summer. We'll send out an announcement once we're done, but feel free to bookmark this page and check back soon.

X