BettFest starts in less than one week! BettFest brings together the global education community to be inspired by incredible speakers, certified CPD and new product showcases. Register today and be a part of the action…
What is user generated content? In a typical module, the learning content is provided by the subject tutor. However, with the development of online learning and the availability of content across a range of mediums, this has empowered students to gather
The LTE team is here to support you in your planning, preparation and delivery of semester 2 teaching. You may wish to email us with your queries at email@example.com. We also offer one-to-one or small group online drop-in sessions for
A reminder that the Academic Registry Learning and Teaching Enhancement team have the following CPD coming up w/c 11th January 2021…
Due to the ongoing uncertainty, students are spending a lot of time behind their screens and online, which can have detrimental effects on their emotional and mental wellbeing. Whilst the online world can help students to feel connected to others,
CreatorLab Fellow is a scheme for TU students to be paid to work on exciting collaborative projects with TU academic staff!
Teesside University’s CreatorLab project aims to empower multi-disciplinary connectivity and creativity in educational design, drawing upon the wealth of knowledge and skills of stakeholders from across the university to drive the evolution of Future Facing Learning. The project seeks to achieve learning and teaching innovation through staff-student partnership and collaboration…
Bite-size learning is an approach that offers small learning units with just the necessary amount of information to help learners achieve a goal. Activities can include short-term lessons, coursework and project work that are broken down into ‘bits’ of information
Due to popular demand, the E-Learning team at the University of Kent have decided to run an additional webinar as part of the ‘Digitally Enhanced Education webinar series’ on Friday 15th January (the week before Spring term) so that people
Breakout rooms within Teams allow the organiser of the meeting to divide the meeting into sub-groups to encourage discussions, a great tool for hybrid teaching! The meeting organiser can create up to 50 breakout rooms and can automatically or manually assign participants to the
As we continue to deliver hybrid learning, more of us are using tools like Teams and Collaborate. In this post, we will look at some of the ways in which you can get some interaction with your students.