Guidance and Support for Digital Teaching and Learning
This web site is for everyone in the Faculty involved in teaching or the design of teaching. It is curated by the Arts Faculty DSEPs, Dr Robert O'Toole & Dr Becca Stone, with contributions from our academic technologist Michelle Jackman, and by staff and students from across the whole University, and beyond - especially the LDCU. It contains guidance, links, and contacts, more efficiently organised to match your evolving needs.
- Watch an overview of this web site.
- Join us in Teams for news, events, Q&A, discussions, and to find students who can help with your work.
- Easy digital enhancements: crowdsource questions | flipped classroom | podcasting | interview experts | external speakers | breakouts |
brainstorming | online whiteboards | 1-to-1 support | collaborative editing | student projects | hybrid mode teaching | make a video
In the Arts Faculty we design and develop teaching to support...
wellbeing for students and staff, inclusivity, equality of opportunity, sustainability, community, a decolonised and relevant curriculum, appropriately designed assessments, creativity and the Arts, responsive teaching, peer learning, lifelong learning, simple and efficient administration, student voice, and much more.
The Arts Faculty Community
We have a Teams space to accompany this site, in which you can ask questions, get news announcements, and meet other users.
The Digital Arts Lab is our place for innovative projects and staff-student co-creation. The lab's outputs are also curated in this site, providing many inspirational examples.
Digital Arts research network coming soon.
Supporting your personal progression
Academics: this site, and our learning design approach, has been designed to provide you with experiences and evidence that fits perfectly with applications for promotion, HEA fellowship, Warwick Award for Teaching Excellence, and National Teaching Fellowship.
Students: there's plenty for you in this site if you are involved in co-designing digital teaching with academics; interested in careers in technology, teaching or design thinking; developing your own learning practices and academic projects. You can also express an interest in opportunities for paid work, through a dedicated Teams channel.