Digital Tools Webinars

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These drop-in sessions ran from June – September to showcase the digital tools and techniques that can help you prepare for teaching in the new academic session. Recorded webinars and supporting resources are available from DLTE’s Help! How do I teach online? course on Moodle Community.

**Please visit the Webex Meetings Update for the latest join links.**

October 2020

  • Thursday 1st, Webex drop-in, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Friday 2nd, Webex drop-in, 1200-1300, Join here

Please visit the Webex Meetings Update for the latest join links.

September 2020

  • Tuesday 1st, Digital Lectures, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Wednesday 2nd, Tutorials-Seminars-Computer labs, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Thursday 3rd, Managing your Moodle module, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Friday 4th, Assessment and grading, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Monday 7th, Principles to practice: online curriculum design, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Tuesday 8th, Interactive Presentations with TurningPoint Web, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Wednesday 9th, Tutorials-Seminars-Computer labs, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Thursday 10th, Managing your Moodle module, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Friday 11th, Assessment and grading, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Monday 14th, Principles to practice: online curriculum design, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Tuesday 15th, Digital Lectures, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Wednesday 16th, Tutorials-Seminars-Computer labs, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Thursday 17th, Managing your Moodle module, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Friday 18th, Webinar postponed
  • Monday 21st, Principles to practice: online curriculum design, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Tuesday 22nd, Digital Lectures, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Wednesday 23rd, Tutorials-Seminars-Computer labs, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Thursday 24th, Managing your Moodle module, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Friday 25th, Assessment and grading, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Monday 28th, Webex drop-in, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Tuesday 29th, Webex drop-in, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Wednesday 30th, Webex drop-in, 1200-1300, Join here

August 2020

  • Monday 17th, Digital Lectures, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Tuesday 18th, Tutorials-Seminars-Computer labs, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Wednesday 19th, Managing your Moodle module, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Thursday 20th, Assessment and grading, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Friday 21st, Principles to practice: online curriculum design, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Monday 24th, Principles to practice: online curriculum design, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Tuesday 25th, Digital Lectures, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Wednesday 26th, Tutorials-Seminars-Computer labs, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Thursday 27th, Managing your Moodle module, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Friday 28th, Principles to practice: online curriculum design, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Monday 31st, Principles to practice: online curriculum design, 1200-1300, Join here

July 2020

  • Wednesday 1st, Digital lectures, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Thursday 2nd, Digital lectures, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Friday 3rd, Digital lectures, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Monday 6th, Tutorials-Seminars-Computer labs, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Tuesday 7th, Tutorials-Seminars-Computer labs, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Wednesday 8th, Tutorials-Seminars-Computer labs, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Thursday 9th, Tutorials-Seminars-Computer labs, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Friday 10th, Tutorials-Seminars-Computer labs, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Monday 13th, Managing your Moodle module, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Tuesday 14th Managing your Moodle module, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Wednesday 15th, Managing your Moodle module, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Thursday 16th, Managing your Moodle module, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Friday 17th, Managing your Moodle module, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Monday 20th, Assessment and grading, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Tuesday 21st, Assessment and grading, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Wednesday 22nd, Assessment and grading, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Thursday 23rd, Assessment and grading, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Friday 24th, Assessment and grading, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Monday 27th, Digital Library Tools to Support Your Teaching, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Tuesday 28th, Digital Lectures, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Wednesday 29th, Tutorials-Seminars-Computer labs, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Thursday 30th, Digital Library Tools to Support Your Teaching, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Friday 31st, Managing your Moodle module, 1200-1300, Join here

June 2020

  • Monday 29th, Digital lectures, 1200-1300, Join here
  • Tuesday 30th, Digital lectures, 1200-1300, Join here

About the webinars

Each webinar will focus on one of four themes, where you can ask questions around your own priorities, and arrange follow up training and support with the Learning Technology Support Team.

  • Digital lectures
  • Tutorials, seminars and computer labs
  • Managing your Moodle module
  • Assessment and grading

The agenda and supporting resources for each webinar are available from DLTE’s Help! How do I teach online? course on Moodle Community.

Digital lectures
Whether these are pre-recorded or delivered live, you’ll want your lectures to be engaging and accessible. Find out about the available broadcast tools and the different formats for learning materials and the tools available for adding interactivity.

Tutorials, seminars and computer labs
Find out how Webex Trainings can support online tutorials and computer labs, and how to structure Q&A seminars that encourage participation.

Managing your Moodle module
Get some top tips for making Moodle simple yet engaging, enhancing your digital presence, organising students and monitoring their progress, and identifying the right tools for gathering student.

Assessment and grading
Focussing on the range of available submission formats available to the Moodle Assignment, this webinar provides ideas for different forms of assessment, from creative webpages to live and recorded presentations, from group projects to peer assessment.

The webinars, together with the resources in Help! How do I teach online?, will provide a space for promoting common principles for online teaching and learning, sharing good practice and addressing common concerns across a range of learning and teaching contexts.

Additional webinar: Digital Library Tools to Support Your Teaching
This webinar is for anyone interested in using digital Library resources and services to support online teaching activity. We will explore the idea of good reading list practice and show you how well-organized, accessible, and multi-format materials can improve the learning experience for all students. Subject Librarians will be on hand to answer your questions and to share advice.

Guest Speaker (Tue 8th Sept)
Interactive Presentations with TurningPoint Web 
Kevin Herrholtz, Vice President of Client Services, Turning Technologies.

Learn how to deliver an interactive presentation in Webex combined with TurningPoint Web polling. As well as providing a variety of question types to engage your students, TurningPoint Web allows you to upload your PPT presentations and link to multimedia content. TurningPoint Web also provides the flexibility of real time engagement, as well asynchronous (offline) delivery of questions and content.

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