Departments are currently engaged in mapping activities and developing enhancement plans for their undergraduate programmes as they seek to implement the principles of the York Pedagogy.
Learning designs that utilise technologies in a considered and structured way can have a significant impact on student learning, supporting a range of learning approaches and experiences. In these sessions we will be showing how centrally supported learning technologies have been embedded into individual module and programme designs at the University of York to address specific learning outcomes, support effective staff-student contact and scaffold student work.
The hour-long session will take place twice on campus; tea and coffee will be provided.
- Campus West – Thursday 29th June – 12pm – H/G/09
- Campus East – Tuesday 4th July – 12pm – RCH/103
You may register to attend a session by filling in the online Google Form. [Web Link, UoY Login Required)
Note this is not a technical hands-on session, however we can direct you to relevant guidance or you can access the York Technology-Enhanced Learning Handbook.
All lecturing and related teaching staff are welcome. We look forward to seeing you at one of the sessions.