The promotion of teaching excellence is at the heart of our work within LTE. This includes the development and delivery of CPD sessions relating to innovative pedagogies, regular conferences featuring sector-leading keynote speakers and our HEA accredited professional development framework.
Digital Delivery: Learning and Support
We’ve developed a suite of guidance and resources to support the hybrid delivery of learning and teaching:
- Blackboard for Hybrid Delivery
- Lecture Capture - ReView/Panopto
- Alternative Online Assessment Arrangements
- Digital Empowerment
- Delivering Personal Tutoring Remotely
- Online Communication & Collaboration
- Staff Guides to Support Practice through the Hybrid Delivery Model
- TU Online
Click here to access Digital Delivery: Learning and Support
Prioritising flexible assessment arrangements in a hybrid model means shifting on to more sustainable approaches designs that are sensitive to the needs and circumstances of students, giving them more control and ownership over assessment processes. ‘Flexibility’ in assessment is about responding to students’ individual learning needs as well as needs of the curriculum. The key is making assessment relevant to the learner.
Academic Registry will be publishing a series of help guides over the next 3 weeks every Tuesday and Thursday to assist staff in developing inclusive learning resources. These step by step guides will help everyone meet the requirements of the new accessibility regulations with comprehensive advice. Guidance will cover various topics such as accessibility features of various tools available to us all and simple techniques we can use to ensure resources are accessible as possible.
Due to the ongoing circumstances, you will have started to teach online and will be continuing in the hybrid format in the new semester. This may have involved recording your lectures using ReView, or hosting live sessions using Microsoft Teams. Many academics have concerns
Without having your students sat in front of you on campus, it can be hard to ensure that they are consistently engaged with the content that you are presenting to them. The following tips will help you to hold your