Spring into Digital Learning

Spring into Digital Learning

As we approach a break and then the Spring term there are lots of opportunties on the horizon for developing your understanding and application of digital pedagogies for 2021.

Digital Learning Open Forum

The Digital Learning Open Forum is a new monthly opportunity to hear from colleagues sharing their experiences and ideas for digital teaching and learning. The next forum is on Wednesday 16 December, 2-3pm. Speakers will be announced soon but you can expect 5 or 6 speakers each talking for 5-minutes.

Digital Learning Chats

Book a 1-2-1 Digital Learning Chat with one of the LCC digital learning team to get some online learning advice, talk through an idea or review your Moodle site. Can’t think about it before the Winter break? Get yourself booked in for January, there are limited slots. Use the Digital Learning Chat request form.

LCC Staff Development Week

The next Staff Development Week is 7-15 January. It’s a packed week and includes several digital learning sessions:

  • Designing your Moodle unit sites, Friday 8 January, 2-3pm
  • Blending Synchronous and Asynchronous Learning, Tuesday 12 January, 10-11am
  • Talking Teaching: Digital learning – innovations and ideas, Wednesday 13 January, 2-3pm
  • Making your Moodle course more accessible, Friday 15 January 1-2pm

To attend, book your place on ESS

UAL Digital Learning programme

In addition to the College sessions, the LCC team will be contributing to the Exchange-run digital learning programme that has 13 sessions, including:

  • Exploring Workflow practice: How can it support student learning?
  • Designing video supported learning
  • Creating inclusive blended learning designs
  • Moodle basics: organising content and keeping in contact with students
  • Going further with Panopto: embedding quizzes and using statistics to track engagement

To attend, book your place on ESS

Blend-it – the LCC online course

Blend-it: activating blended learning is a self-paced, online, asynchronous course for LCC staff. It covers five topics:

  • The Online Learner and Inclusivity
  • Blended Learning Models
  • Building Community and Engaging Students
  • Digital Accessibility
  • Creating an Online Learning Activity

The course takes 3-7 hours to work through depending how much you engage with the participatory elements. Access Blend-it on Moodle. If you don’t have access please email: LCCDigitalLearning@lcc.arts.ac.uk

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