• Make your Module accessible

    19th May 2022 is this years “Global Accessibility Awareness Day“. CTIL are organising some drop in sessions and workshops from Monday 16th to help staff ensure their Module Materials are accessible to all students.

  • Hybrid Teaching 101: Capture & Stream experience webinar

    By popular demand, we’re ready to offer two live webinar sessions looking on our first hybrid teaching mode, ‘Capture & Stream’. They will walk you through the workflow, highlighting and demonstrating the key steps and offering a chance to ask questions and offer feedback. To find out more and sign…

  • QAA Annual Conference 2021 – Quality, Resilience, Innovation and Enhancement

    Universities have shown themselves to be flexible and resilient over the past year, and we should learn from this as we come out of the pandemic and look to our learning and teaching going forward. We need to help students make better choices when faced with the pressures of studying by providing the right support, and not creating a catastrophe from making the wrong decision.

  • Mentimeter Webinars

    We have been offered 2 Mentimeter webinars – an introductory one (Fem 23rd) and an advanced one (Feb 25th)

  • Brief notes from the DLF on 1 October 2019

    Here are my brief notes from the last DLF meeting. Dates for diaries for next DLF meetings: Thursday 5 December 2019 14-16.00 hrs Dalhousie 2S14 Tuesday 10 March 2020 14-16.00 hrs Dalhousie 2S15 Thursday 14 May 2020 14-16.00 hrs Dalhousie 2S15 Hope to see you at one or all of…

  • Wiki Loves Monuments

    We’ve just been told about a competition that you might be interested in – taking photos of monuments for Wikimedia. Here’s the message that was sent to us: Happy Thursday everyone, As it’s now September, it’s Wiki Loves Monuments – time for us all to get out there with our cameras…

  • Digital Landscapes: Resident or Visitor?

    Natalie and I recently ran a workshop at Dundee and Angus College, with a group of staff from across the college – it was largely based on Dave White’s workshops looking at digital residents and visitors. Initially, we revisited Prensky’s digital native/immigrant work with them; like so many, they were…

  • Summer Drop-ins: Getting your Blackboard module ready for 18/19

    CTIL is running twice-weekly drop-in sessions throughout the summer for staff seeking support with getting their Blackboard modules ready for the new academic year. Twice-weekly every Tuesday & Thursday 10am – 2pm Peep-O-Day Lane (1st floor of main library)   No need to book, just come along at the right…

  • Academic Integrity event.

    On Friday 9th Feb, Dundee played host to one of 3 Academic Integrity roadshows run by Turnitin. The day focussed on contract cheating, a phrase coined by Lancaster and Clarke.