Resources available for staff
This Remote Teaching page describes the resources available to staff needing to teach remotely with a focus on tools that can be used by academics to deliver lecture content and engage students in real time conversations remotely.
- Assessment using Aula
- 8 steps to boost your digital teaching skills
- Guidance document for supporting dissertations and projects while working online and remotely
- Managing one-to-one online tutorials
- Teaching and Learning Ecosystem [link on Staff Portal]
- Moving to online learning - a learning design guide
- Design for Digital Learning
- Code of Conduct Remote Teaching
- Aula Virtual Delivery Guidance for Instructional Designers & Educators
Alternatives to face-to-face assessment
This document, "Contingency planning: alternatives to face-to-face assessment" (PDF), provides some manageable alternatives to consider, together with some important considerations. You can find reasonable adjustments to be used in times of crisis, which will not exactly replicate the original assessments, but may offer your students some manageable alternatives in challenging times.
You can find more resoruces with ideas and suggestions on the follwoing topics:
- Assessment online: find some guidance on practices related to assessment online.
- Support our students: equally important is to consider how we will support our students with assessment in an online environment.
- Students giving and getting feedback in an online: integral to assessment is getting feedback that will engage the students in their learning.
Resources for Students
The resources below are designed for use by students.
- Student guide to achieving success in Online Learning
- Explorer's Skills Guide
- Social Media Guidelines for Students
The Learning Object below can be incorporated into your learning design
Discussion around live sessions and recorded videos
Ian Upton and Luis Pereira reflect about some of the options for teaching online.
Ian Upton runs a Light Bite Webinar on How to create a video from your PowerPoint Slides.