Yesterday, members of the Digital Practice and eLearning team’s at NTU attended the UCISA- Effective use of mobile technologies to enhance learning, teaching and assessment event at Imperial College.
In this series, we’ll give practical examples of how you can use Twitter in your teaching to support learning. We’ll start at the beginning: Getting started with Twitter.
Video resources from UNSW (Australia) College of Fine Arts
For those wishing to improve their current fully online or blended teaching practice, LTTO Episodes offers free, high quality short videos.
Why not start 2014 with a New Year’s resolution to take control of your inbox?
We are offering a new workshop that takes some of the best Time Management principles and applies them to a range of tools available in Outlook to help you manage your
If there is a specific area of NOW you would like help or advice with? If so then book a 45 minute surgery slot with CPLD and receive dedicated one-to-one advice and support on using NOW in your learning and teaching.
Do you want to offer online activities to supplement face-to-face teaching? Would you like to foster more participation from all your learners?
We’re offering an immersive online professional development course for colleagues who want to explo
My case study about developing digital skills through flexible delivery wins first prize!
The UCISA Digital Skills Development Group recognised the good work we did to develop digital skills in a large group of staff at a crucial time of year for the
Are your students active learners?
Do you want to make your teaching sessions more interactive? Would you like more two-way feedback in your lectures? Would you like to foster more participation from all your students?
CPLD is offering a 2.
The last couple of weeks have been a busy period with our Changing the Learning Landscape projects.
We’ve successfully recruited two student Digital Skill Mentors to work with Jane Challinor on her SCALE-Up module.
FOTE an acronym for the ‘Future of Technology in Education’ is a yearly event held by ULCC ‘University of London Computer Centre’ at the very impressive ‘Senate House’.