The Digital Arts Lab has collected resources, information and guidance on digital pedagogy to support staff in the Faculty of Arts with their online teaching in this academic year.
In this space you'll find support for developing your digital proficiency, webinars and workshops developed by the Learning Design Consultancy Unit, resources focused on a number of aspects of online learning and teaching and guidance on promoting a positive student experience in an online environment.
This space is a living resource and will be updated as and when new resources become available.
Academic Technology Support for the Faculty of Arts
You can access bespoke technical support for your teaching by emailing the Faculty's Academic Technologist, Shahid Mahmood at email@example.com at any time. Shahid will respond to you on the days he is based in the Faculty (Wednesdays and Thursdays).
Resources for Online Learning and Teaching
Recording a Lecture
Small Group Teaching Online
Assessment and Feedback
Find out about upcoming workshops from the Learning Design Consultancy Unit and book your place.
You can also join the informal LDCU open discussion sessions to meet colleagues, take part in peer conversations, exchange ideas and help to build a growing network of support for designing and adapting teaching and learning for online delivery.
TfLO is the University's online learning Moodle course. Here you will find in-depth information about a variety of relevant topics from a number of different perspectives. The course is modular, so you can engage with topics as and when you need to without completing the course in one go, or one order.
Consider joining the Teams Spaces for the following communities to stay up-to-date with the latest workshops
Share your expertise or experiences
Stay up-to-date with the latest guidance for online teaching and learning at Warwick.
Learn about the training and guidance your students have been provided with on the Warwick Online Learning Fundamentals (WOLF) Course.
Learn about the upcoming Faculty of Arts Digital Pedagogy Library. The DPL aims to provide a database of digitally-engaged teaching activities currently in practice across the Faculty of Arts. Artefacts will include activities for lecturing, seminar activities, assement methods and ideas for supporting and enhancing leaning community, wellbeing and inclusion.
Explore Digital Assessment in the Faculty of Arts. Access a range of information, resources and guidance for staff and students alike.
Click here for staff resources, guidance and best practice information on digital pedagogy, and find out about how you can contribute your expertise to our learning community.
Find out about the annual Digital Arts Lab Showcase - and how you can be a part of next year's show - here.
Check out the submissions for the 2020 Digital Arts Lab Showcase and find out who won.
Keep up to date with Digital Pedagogy Workshops and Events across the Faculty of Arts