Due to popular demand, our E-Learning team have decided to run an additional webinar as part of the ‘Digitally Enhanced Education webinar series’ on Friday 15 January (the week before Spring term) so that people are able to share experiences of the previous term and also learn some tips and tricks before the start of the Spring term.
As our first webinar ‘Pedagogy and Practice when Teaching Online’ proved so popular, we will repeat this theme on the 15th.
Please find the agenda for the event below:
10.00-10.05 – Phil Anthony: Introduction
10.05-10.20 – Ruth Drysdale (Jisc): Why it’s important to listen to your students and staff voice about their experience of your digital environment?
10.20-10.35 – Emma Roberts (University of Chester): Designing a ‘Connected Experience’ with Blended Learning
10.35-10.50 – Nadia Koloteva-Levine (University of Kent): Providing students with virtual lab experience during Covid-19
10.50-11.05 – Coral Condeco-Dunachie (IntoUniversity): Fostering a Sense of Belonging: Building Communities in Online Classrooms
11.05-11.20 – Jonathan Fanning (University of York): Interactive teamwork, playing games online with your students
11.20-11.35 – Mathew Pullen (University of South Wales): Not just access but developing a deeper technology integration
11.35-11.50 – Agnieszka Kulacka (Birkbeck, University of London): Using Class Notebook and One Note in teaching
11.50-12.05 – Maria Limniou (University of Liverpool): Student digital capabilities and independent learning over the first COVID-19 pandemic period
12.05-12.10 – Phil Anthony: Session Wrap-up
If you would like to join the webinar series, please express your interest by enrolling on the Digitally Enhanced Education Webinars Moodle module, or by requesting access to the Team ‘Digitally Enhanced Education webinars‘ linked to the webinar series.
We hope to see you there.
The E-Learning team