Event: York Tech for York Pedagogy

york tech for york pedagogy stickerLearning 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 show 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.

There will be an hour of interactive presentations followed by an hour of hands-on support time with ELDT and Digital Learning staff (optional).

Sign up for a session. (UoY Google login required)

13 June, Campus East, LMB/008

2.00pm: Blackboard Collaborate and Google Meet/Hangouts – Online meeting rooms your students can use for group work and online presentations.

2.30pm: Responseware – Connecting with learners in lectures and seminars through polling software – starring Mathilde Peron, Economics.

3.00-4.00pm: Hands-on with ELDT and Digital Learning (optional). Explore what you need to do to implement these tools in your teaching.

20 June, Campus West, LFA/015

10.00am: Blackboard Collaborate and Google Meet/Hangouts – Online meeting rooms your students can use for group work and online presentations.

10.30am: Responseware – Connecting with learners in lectures and seminars through polling software – starring Emma Rand, Biology.

11.00-12.00pm: Hands-on with ELDT and Digital Learning (optional). Explore what you need to do to implement these tools in your teaching.

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