PDLT Webinar Archive

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Recordings of our previous webinars can be accessed from the links below. Many of these recordings can viewed by anyone, but some are limited to just University of York staff.

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Thursday 18th November 1-2pm – Getting started with Mentimeter

Interactive webinar with Mentimeter

Are you new to Mentimeter? Do you want to get started with your first presentation? Join our Getting started webinar! Julia Arvidsson from Mentimeter will guide you through a step-by-step webinar where you will get to know everything you need to start hosting your own interactive presentations.

What will I learn?

The aim of this webinar is to get familiar with the basic functions of Mentimeter. You will learn:

  • How and when to use Mentimeter
  • How to create and edit your own presentations
  • How and when to use the different question types
  • Tips and tricks for creating a successful first presentation

During the webinar, you will also get the chance to ask any questions you may have about Mentimeter in our live Q&A.

Tuesday 19th October 1-2pm – Using Mentimeter for interactive polling and questioning in learning and teaching

We recently announced that the Mentimeter institutional licence is now available for staff who would like to use it for interactive polling, questioning and voting within and between teaching sessions. You can use it to display a range of question types to your students, allow them to respond using any internet-enabled device, and access or share these responses.

This webinar provides an opportunity for staff to find out more and share experiences. It will begin with a short overview of Mentimeter, with signposts to resources and how to get started with your institutional licence. This will be followed by a presentation from Dr Gerhard Kristandl from the Department of Accounting and Finance at the University of Greenwich. As a Mentimeter ’empowered presenter’ Gerhard will provide some examples of how Mentimeter has been used at Greenwich to support innovative and engaging learning, including its application in the “pub quiz league”. There will then be a contribution from Emily Patterson (Third Year BSc Interactive Media student) and Jekaterina Mihhaljova (Master’s student in International Business and Strategic Management) who will provide an overview of recent research they carried out with University staff and students into the design and use of interactive polling for remote learning at the University. We hope that you will leave with ideas for how you can get the most out of using Mentimeter to support active learning and engagement in your own sessions.

Wednesday 8th September 2-3pm – Reading lists and resources: Accessible and inclusive practices

Led by Alice Bennett, Accessibility Support Specialist, Teaching and Learning Team, this webinar will provide an overview of how to create and assign reading lists and resources in a way which is both accessible and inclusive for all students. It is suitable for any teaching staff, particularly those with responsibility for assigning reading, and for any staff who help create and maintain module sites. The session will offer practical advice based on student feedback, and offer a particular focus on ensuring accessibility for disabled students in the provision of reading and resources.

Summer 2021

We offered webinars in collaboration with the Academic Practice Team on aspects of designing and delivering blended learning, to complement our new “Blended Learning Design and Delivery” resource on the VLE.

Friday 16th July: Inclusive blended learning

This webinar is targeted at module leaders who are looking to reflect on experiences in the last academic year and consider opportunities for ongoing design and delivery of integrated in-person and online teaching and learning. The webinar focuses on principles for blended learning, including 1) Designing for flexible engagement 2) Ensuring learning resources and activities are accessible to all 3) Designing in opportunities for academic community building. It offers practical guidance on inclusive design supported by examples and drawing on the University’s inclusive learning toolkit.

Monday 19th July: Blended learning design

In this webinar, we will offer a design approach and planning tool aiming to support you in implementing the principles of inclusive blended learning design. These will help you to define and apply tasks, interactions, resources and tools across your module. The webinar will draw upon examples from the University and the blended learning design and delivery VLE site.

Wednesday 21st July: Weaving Online and In-Person Learning

What impact does blended learning design have on the teaching and learning that occurs in-person? How can we best design asynchronous activities and support independent study in combination with in-person learning? How can we use interactive and collaborative technologies in the classroom to support in-person learning?

Friday 23rd July: Student Engagement in Discussion Forums

In this webinar we will consider how tools like discussion boards can be structured to support students in taking more ownership of discussion-based activities as well as strategies for reducing staff content while maintaining teacher presence online.

Wednesday 28th July: Evaluating online learning

This webinar focuses on ‘designing in’ evaluation as part of a development cycle of module design and delivery. The principles which we will discuss will be applicable though to all forms of technology-enhanced learning, from blended to fully online delivery. The session is divided up into four parts, dealing with design issues and approaches to evaluation, followed by data collection methods – what’s available to us and how we can plan this into course design and delivery. We finish up with a discussion on evaluation data – what it may tell us and what actions we should take as a result.

Friday 30th July 2-3pm: Time-Limited Take-Home Exams

How do we prepare students for time-limited take-home exams, where students are given anything from a few hours to a few days to produce an assessment? How do we design the assessment either to reduce the risk of, or indeed where appropriate help students manage, the affordance of digital searching with this mode of assessment?


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Various throughout June and July

Summer Webinar Series 2: Preparing Your Module for 2020-21

webinar series took place throughout June and July 2020 with the overarching theme of “Preparing your module for 2020-21”. The resources and recordings have now been made available in our “PDLT Webinars 2020” VLE site, with the recordings broken up into more accessible videos for review and self-study.  These webinars have been organised by theme as follows:
  1. Designing and planning for active and inclusive learning
  2. Developing resources, tasks and explicit VLE sites
  3. Interaction and engagement in dual delivery
  4. Assessment and feedback approaches
  5. Evaluation and well-being
There are also links to recordings and resources from the 12 presenters from a range of Departments who provided examples in our ‘show and tell’ webinars reflecting on experiences of the Summer term and looking towards the new academic year 2020-21.
To access recordings of these sessions and additional related resources, please self enrol on our “PDLT Webinars 2020” VLE site (available to UoY staff only).
Various during Summer Term and the start of Summer Holiday

Summer Webinar Series 1: Topics relating to moving content online during COVID-19, which were repeated throughout Summer Term 2020

Example topics:

  • A showcase of approaches to transferring f2f to online – A chance to learn from other academic colleagues how they have approached transferring face to face sessions online. Each session aims to showcase the work of a colleague from each Faculty and one other Department with insight and reflection on the process of development/delivery.
  • Making collaborative online activities work – Exploring the design and delivery of asynchronous online collaborative activities (e.g. utilising discussion boards, Padlets, etc). We’ll look at the types of activities that can be used and key areas of design such as the nature of tasks and their instructions. We’ll then explore dimensions of delivery, such as how to facilitate student engagement with your activities (and each other) and how to guide their learning.
  • Panopto ‘Drop in’ – This free-form ‘drop-in’ session is aimed at colleagues who are looking to realise more complex approaches to video using the Panopto platform/toolset.
  • Creating accessible documents – An online workshop demonstrating how ‘universal design’ can help everyone, not just those with an accessibility need. Practise creating accessible documents using your own documents or using sample documents.
  • Creating accessible presentations – For people who have attended the Creating Accessible Documents workshops, this deeper dive into accessible presentations will help you to practice implementing slide templates for structure and flexibility and look at some ways to balance a highly-visual design with an accessible output.
  • Lecture Replacement Strategies/Practical At-Desk Video Tips – This practical, hands-on-session will discuss approaches for replacing lectures as part of Online Delivery models, with specific attention given to the Panopto At-Desk recorder as a tool for facilitation. Attendees will be asked to reflect upon their own lecture replacement strategies.
  • Introduction to Blackboard Collaborate Ultra for synchronous activities – Blackboard Collaborate is an online webinar tool that can be used with small or large groups for seminars or lectures. Not used online webinar tools before? This session introduces you to the key concepts for running synchronous activities in such a way that learners remain active AND you have time to ‘breathe’ between activities.
  • Asynchronous seminars with recorded videos and discussion boards – This webinar will provide you with an example of a straightforward model for asynchronous online activity involving:
    1. A recorded presentation and introduction to the week, with supporting information/links to resources
    2. A discussion board activity allowing students to respond to questions/summarise their thoughts/comment on each other’s ideas
    3. A recorded summary and/or document to summarise the key learning points and move on to the next week of activities

This “asynchronous seminars” session provides you with an overview of how you can set this up within the VLE with a single page for each week. There will be a rapid overview of how to use the Panopto desktop recorder to create the videos at for steps 1 and 3, and how to set up a discussion board activity for 2.

To access recordings of these sessions and additional related resources, please self enrol on our “PDLT Webinars 2020” VLE site (available to UoY staff only).

Future Teacher Talks

We continue to contribute to “Future Teacher Talk” webinars throughout 2020. Example topics covered in 2020:

  • Knowing what they know – getting feedback from students
  • The flipped classroom
See our “Future Teacher Talks” web page for recordings and more


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Future Teacher Talks

Rather than running our own team webinars throughout 2019, we continued to contribute to “Future Teacher Talk”. Topics covered in 2019:

  • Designing and creating online learning activities and resources
  • Designing appropriate assessments
  • Designing for technology enhanced programmes
  • Future proofing the Future Teacher, OER, sharing and reusing
  • Learning Analytics (for mere mortals)
  • Online learning – what works?
  • WWW – the wonderful world of webinars
See our “Future Teacher Talks” web page for recordings and more


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Future Teacher Talks

As well as running our own team webinars throughout 2018, we also continued to contribute to “Future Teacher Talk” webinars. Topics covered in 2018:

  • Designing appropriate assessments
  • Getting savvy with digital tools and resources
  • Inclusive practice
  • Self assessment and mastery learning
  • Social media for teaching and learning
  • Working with Rich Media 1 – Images
  • Working with Rich Media 2 – Audio
  • Working with Rich Media 3 – Video
See our “Future Teacher Talks” web page for recordings and more
Oct 31st, 2018



Alternatives to Lecture Capture (Online)

Replay is a powerful means of mass-producing recordings of lectures – but there may be instances where this may not be pedagogically suitable or practical.

With regards to the University’s Policy on the Recording of Lectures, and in the spirit of the University’s Inclusive Learning and Teaching Policy, this webinar explores how staff can create alternative, equivalent resources for their students.

The webinar firmly situates the guidance within the York context – drawing upon the core technologies that the University supports and case studies from our departments.

Alternatives to Lecture Capture – Recap and recording link
June 27th, 2018



Taking Stock of the Academic Year: Designing in Evaluation Strategies to help inform Future Module Delivery

Evaluation of a taught module should not be regarded as an afterthought.

It should be seen as a core component of the development cycle in designing, delivering and refining a module. Lessons learned from the evaluation phase should feed into course design, task design and a range of instructional responsibilities that influence the reflection, construction and delivery phases of future courses.  

This webinar invited attendees to reflect upon the last academic year, and to consider what lessons can be learned from the recent course cycle, and how they may inform changes to teaching activities for the year to come.

Further links:

York TEL Handbook Section 7 – Evaluation and Development

Taking Stock of the Academic Year – Recap and recording link
May 30, 2018



Video and Beyond: Screencasting as a medium for the Flipped Classroom

Our May ELDT Lunchtime Webinar considered the medium of video as a means for facilitating the flipped classroom.

Within the session, we presented case studies and approaches for embedding active learning opportunities within or around video content. The session also considered how instructors may tackle some of the challenges associated with designing content for the flipped classroom and fostering engagement.

With a mind to highlighting transferable, practical advice, we looked at the Panopto At-Desk Recorder, a Screencasting solution which is supported by the University of York, which allows staff to rapidly author video with few technical thresholds. As such, we considered simple design considerations for planning, recording and publishing recordings.

Further links:

York TEL Handbook Section 3.7.2 – Screencasting

Video and Beyond – Recap and recording link
April 25, 2018



Formative Assessment – Online

Formative assessment should provide a clear framework for feedback to students and enable them to learn through the process of assessment. As such, the tools chosen to facilitate should not just allow students to submit in a format appropriate for the assignment, but also enable feedback to be returned to the student in a transparent and timely manner.

In our April lunchtime webinar, we provide an overview of a range of interventions you can use to support online formative assessment. This is informed by case studies from across the campus where such tools have been embedded within a module’s learning and teaching activity.

Further links:

ELDT guide on formative assessment

Formative Assessment – Recap and recording link
Mar 21, 2018



Creating inclusive learning and teaching environments

Inclusive Teaching or Universal Design for Learning (UDL) encourages us to think about educational practice so that a greater diversity of students is included in higher education, including disabled students. So, how do you create an engaging and inclusive environment to enable effective learning?

In our March lunchtime webinar, Claire Shanks (Disability Officer) provides an inspirational overview of what it means to be ‘inclusive’, with practical insights from lecturers who have embedded inclusive practice into their teaching and learning.
We welcome your examples as well during this webinar and look forward to engaging with you on this topic.

Further links:

ELDT guide on accessible practice

Guides on good practice in inclusive learning and teaching, aligned to the UK Professional Standards Framework – University of Leeds

Creating Inclusive Learning – Recap and recording link
Feb 21, 2018



Using Social Media to Augment Teaching

Guest Speaker: Dr. Glenn Hurst, Department of Chemistry.In November 2017, Glenn was recognised by JISC for his innovative use of social media to enhance his teaching.

In this Webinar, Glenn will discuss several of his approaches. These include the use of Snapchat to augment induction activities, Twitter to extend the conversation beyond the physical classroom, and Youtube – for the purposes of encouraging students to curate their own video artifacts to enhance communication skills and demonstrate knowledge of taught concepts in practical workshops.

Further links:

Our top ten higher education social media superstars of 2017

Tools for learning activities

Using Social Media – Recap and recording link
Wed 17th Jan, 2018


12:15 to 1:15pm

Using Rubrics to Enhance Student Learning

Marking rubrics can be used to communicate formative and summative assessment criteria to students as well as to help students improve their work through feedback, critical reflection or peer-review (Nicol et al, 2014). However, this is predicated on designing effective activities to help students engage with the rubrics and to use it as a tool for learning (Jones et al, 2017).

In our Show and Tell session on rubrics in the 2017 Spring Term, we looked at the functional aspects of using rubrics – (http://bit.ly/2iiPsM2)

In this webinar, we look at some examples of the use of rubrics for student learning at the University of York and beyond. We discuss the learning activities designed around rubrics that can trigger a deeper approach to learning (Jones et al, 2017). We relate the use of rubrics for feedback to Nicol and MacFarlane-Dick’s (2006) seven principles of good feedback practice and use Jones et al’s (2017) five-step process as a model for discussion.


Jones, L., Allen, B., Dunn, P. & Brooker, L. 2017, “Demystifying the rubric: a five-step pedagogy to improve student understanding and utilisation of marking criteria”, Higher Education Research & Development, vol. 36, no. 1, pp. 129-142.

Nicol, D.J. & Macfarlane-Dick, D. 2006, “Formative assessment and self-regulated learning: a model and seven principles of good feedback practice”, Studies in Higher Education, vol. 31, no. 2, pp. 199-218.

Nicol, D., Thomson, A. & Breslin, C. 2014, “Rethinking feedback practices in higher education: a peer review perspective”, Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, vol. 39, no. 1, pp. 102-122.

Using Rubrics – Recap and recording link


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Future Teacher Talks

As well as running our own team webinars throughout 2017, our team also began to contribute to “Future Teacher Talk” webinars. Topics covered in 2017:

  • Collaborative teaching and learning – inside and outside the classroom
  • Knowing what they know – getting feedback from students
  • Online learning – what works?
  • Strategies to support reading
  • Strategies to support writing
  • The flipped classroom
See our “Future Teacher Talks” web page for recordings and more
Wed 22nd Nov, 2017


12.15pm to 1.15pm

Turnitin Webinar II: Interpreting Originality Reports (for staff)

Stephen Gow, Academic Integrity Coordinator in the Learning Enhancement Team will be our special guest to host the April 2017 lunchtime webinar on staff use of Turnitin at the University of York. This webinar on Interpreting Originality Reports in Turnitin is a follow-up to the May 2016 lunchtime webinar: Turnitin, the basics (for staff)

In this webinar Stephen will look at specific features within the Turnitin Originality Report, particularly using the filters and match overview to help identify plagiarism. The session will focus on the strengths of using Turnitin, such as using reports as proof of misconduct and using Turnitin formatively to highlight poor practice. It will also explore some of the drawbacks of the software, for example the increasingly complex database and risk of staff shifting to policing rather than teaching. It is hoped that by the end of the session you feel more confident to explore the Turnitin reports, however will also be aware that Turnitin is only one tool to hand in ensuring academic integrity.

Recap link (recordings embedded on page) for Turnitin Webinar II
Wed 31st May 2017


12:30 to 1:30pm

Facilitating Equal Interaction Opportunities

Particularly when faced with large cohorts, providing students with equal interaction opportunities can be challenging for lecturers to facilitate. With the focus on engagement enshrined by the York Pedagogy, this webinar will explore the range of tools which the University of York centrally supports for facilitating equal interaction opportunities and soliciting student feedback.

The session will draw upon case studies which explore the harvesting of online module feedback and also the various technologies available to staff to draw ‘live’ or synchronous electronic feedback from students during class time.

Sections 4 and 5 of the York Technology-Enhanced Learning Handbook complement this webinar (http://bit.ly/ytelhb).

Recording of Equal Interaction Opportunities Webinar
Tues 21st March 2017



Enabling active learning through technology: Student-led teaching and content creation

Drawing upon case studies of blended courses that have been delivered at the University of York, this webinar considers how learning technologies may be applied to support active learning opportunities for students, with a specific focus on student-led teaching and content creation. We look at a model of active student engagement, and discuss approaches to blended course design that incorporate activities encouraging student to develop their own learning and teaching resources.

The slide deck used in the webinar is downloadable here: Student-Led Teaching and Content Creation – Webinar Slides – March17.pptx

Sections 4 and 5 of the York Technology-Enhanced Learning Handbook complement this webinar (http://bit.ly/ytelhb).

Recording of Student-Led Teaching webinar
Wed 22nd February 2017



Debunking Myths and Preconceptions about Lecture Capture

Drawing upon impact studies undertaken here at The University of York this webinar explores a number of prevalent misconceptions that surround ‘Lecture Capture’. This session also looks at ways in which staff can make use of their captures to enhance their teaching, to extend rather than replace class-based attendance.

See our follow up blog post that compliments this webinar: Link.

Learn more about lecture capture on our Replay page.

Recording of Debunking Myths webinar
Wed 11th January 2017



Making collaborative online activities work

This webinar looks at how activity design and facilitation encourages students to participate with collaborative online learning tasks. We look at how to structure the task, barriers to engagement, the relationship of the online activity to the module as a whole, how to create alignment with learning outcomes and links to face-to-face teaching.

The slide deck used in the webinar is downloadable here: Making Collaborative Online Activities Work – Webinar Slides – Jan17.pptx

Sections 4 and 5 of the York Technology-Enhanced Learning Handbook complement this webinar (http://bit.ly/ytelhb).

Recording of Collaborative Online Activities webinar


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Tue 13th December 2016



Flipped Classroom – Creating Video Resources at your Desk

Following a brief introduction to the ways that video resources can support student learning, we show you how to create different forms of video using the Replay ‘At-Desk’ Recorder. Watch this webinar to find out practical tips for making audio and video recordings using supported software.

This webinar draws upon our previous Flipped Classroom Design webinar and is an update to the Flipped Classroom Technical webinar reflecting the new way to create video with Replay Panopto.

You can learn more about at-desk recordings on our Video Learning Resources Page.

The recording of this webinar is split in to two parts:


Recording of Part 1: Flipped Classroom and Video Creation Theory

Recording of Part 2: Creating At-Desk Recordings using Panopto

Wed 23 November



Marking and Feedback using the Standard Assignment Tool

Hosted by Wayne Britcliffe, E-Learning Advisor and member of the ELDT.

This webinar covers the set up of non-anonymous submission points (including optional marking rubrics) and guidance on marking and annotating the work received. Also covered are how students use non-anonymous submission points and how they receive their grades and feedback.

You can learn more about standard assignment submissions on our Yorkshare Assignment Submission TEL Handbook Page.

Recording of Standard Assignment webinar
Tue 25 October



Creating Accessible Learning Resources

All members of the University have an obligation to ensure learning resources and activities are accessible to disabled students. This webinar provides clear examples of accessible practice using the VLE and supported tools.

Recording of Creating Accessible Learning Resources
Wed 5 October



Replay Panopto – Editing and Releasing Captures

This webinar shows how lecturers can control when lecture captures are released to students and how to edit using the new Panopto platform.

See also: Replay Lecturer Guide [Google Doc] and Replay At-Desk Capture Guide [Google Doc].

Recording of Replay Editing webinar
Thu 15 September



York Technology for the York Pedagogy

This webinar explored how departments have utilised supported learning technologies, aligned to York Pedagogy principles of structured student work and staff-student contact to enhance and propel student learning. Seven short case studies will be presented from across the faculties.

See also: Annotated Slides [PDF] and Links to Case Studies [Google Doc].

Recording of York Technology for York Pedagogy webinar
Wed 6 July



Facilitating active learning

Glenn Hurst from the Department of Chemistry guest presented this webinar, following on from his Forum workshop on 22 June. Glenn shared examples of how he has used podcasts, electronic voting systems and student produced videos to facilitate active learning.

See summary and webinar write up.

Recording of Facilitating Active Learning webinar
Wednesday 1 June 2016

Peer-Assessment with Yorkshare

Peer assessment provides an active learning opportunity for students, developing subject knowledge, critical appraisal and reflective learning skills. We will explore three approaches to peer and self assessment using Yorkshare: the peer-assessment tool, peer feedback using blogs and adaptive release for model answers.

See also: text-summary and reference list [Google Doc].

Recording of Peer-Assessment with Yorkshare webinar
Thursday 5 May 2016

Turnitin, the basics

Facilitated by Stephen Gow in the Learning Enhancement Team, providing an overview of how Turnitin text-matching software is used at the University of York. Contact Stephen at integrity@york.ac.uk if you have any questions about Turnitin.

Recording of Turnitin Basics
Tuesday 19 April 2016

Evaluating Technology-Enhanced Learning

Hosted by Dr Richard Walker, Head of E-Learning Development. Provides frameworks and methodologies for evaluating practice in relation to Technology-Enhanced Learning.

Recording of Evaluating TEL
Thursday 10 March 2016

Creativity in the classroom

Based on their Learning and Teaching Forum workshop of the same name, this ‘special guest edition’ of our lunchtime webinar series was hosted by Dr Sara Perry (Department of Archaeology) and Tom Smith (Information Services) and showcases some examples of creative use of technology both within the classroom and for blended and flipped approaches to develop student skills and facilitate deep learning.

Recording of Creativity in the Classroom
Friday 12 February 2016

Using Tests in the VLE

Focuses on the pedagogic rationale for using the VLE’s test tool and highlights some case study examples of effective use.

Recording of Using Tests in the VLE


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Friday 11 December 2015

Flipped classroom technical

Following on from November’s webinar which explored learning design aspects of the flipped classroom model, this webinar introduces the technical side of how to create online lectures.

Recording of Flipped Classroom Technical
Monday 2 November 2015

Flipped classroom approaches

The third of our series of lunchtime webinars. This webinar explores learning design for flipped classroom approaches, making the most of face-to-face teaching time and shifting the delivery of content outside the lecture room. Supported by Section 4.2 of the York TEL Handbook. An accessible equivalent in the form of annotated slides is available on SlideShare and further details are provided in this blog post.

Recording of Flipped Classroom Approaches
Tuesday 6 October 2015

Creating Accessible Learning Resources

This webinar was based on an Accessibility Mini-Lecture developed by Matt Cornock in June 2014 which covers some of the common impairments to accessing web resources and is applicable to those developing websites or creating online content for education. A recording of the original lecture is available via the link.

Recording of Accessibility Mini-Lecture
Thursday 24 September 2015

Baseline use of Yorkshare

Outlines the main themes covered in Section 1 of the York TEL Handbook which contains recommended good practice for baseline use of the VLE.

Recording of Baseline Use of Yorkshare

Themes for webinars

If you are running a workshop and would like us to follow up with a webinar to address specific technology-enhanced learning approaches, please contact us vle-support@york.ac.uk.

Future topics for webinars can be found in the list below. Webinars marked * have particular relevance to Programme-level strategy as part of the York Pedagogy.

  • Programme-level thinking about Technology-Enhanced Learning*
  • Baseline use of Yorkshare*
  • Yorkshare site design*
  • Creating accessible learning resources
  • Creating online lectures (technical)
  • Flipped classroom approaches (design)*
  • Online staff-student interactions
  • Creating online quizzes
  • Collaborative student work*
  • Active independent student work*
  • Approaches to e-portfolios
  • In-class technology: polling and BYOD
  • Marking work online
  • Evaluating your TEL*