3. Creating resources
This section introduces the key considerations about learning resource provision, before exploring in more detail the different types of digital resources that may be used to support learning.
Of note is the need to consider disabled students, copyright and the devices students may use to access resources, these are introduced in 3.1, but explored where relevant in the subsequent sections. This section provides advice on what types of resources to use, for example PowerPoint vs Prezi in 3.5.
In this section
- Resources to meet learning objectives
- Text within Yorkshare (the VLE)
- Linking to resources
- Document creation
- Images, charts and graphs
- Lecture slides and presentations
- Reading lists
- Identifying what works
The text from this section is also available as a downloadable PDF, however embedded videos and other resources are only available online:
Use this checklist to support your development of digital learning resources. If any of the items in the checklist are new to you, review the pages in this section of the Handbook.
This section provides advice to support the following elements of the York Pedagogy:
- Learning resources should map clearly to programme learning outcomes within the context of constituent modules.