Are you interested in seeing some examples of work from across the University on how Microsoft Teams can be used to support Learning and Teaching activities?   At the LTE Conference on 8th March there’s the opportunity to do just that.

At 11.50am – 12.40pm colleagues from the Digital Learning Team in Academic Registry will explore how Teams can be used to engage students and give them a voice.  The session will also demonstrate some of the newer features of Teams to provide an enriched and accessible experience for all students.  You’ll get some hands-on experience using advanced features of Teams and also see how other applications from the Future Facing Learning Toolkit can be used in conjunction with Teams.

The conference is open to all staff and students from Teesside University and partner colleges.  For more information and to book your place head here.

Exploring Practice-based Exemplars of Effective use of Microsoft Teams in Learning and Teaching
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