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Training and Development in eLearning

Lunchtime Learning Workshops

  1. Using response tools for classroom engagement and interaction
    Tuesday 21st November 12:00-12:45 WT1.05 Westwood
    This is a chance to find out more and to experience interactive audience participation tools such as Poll EveryWhere and Socrative. This will be a hands-on workshop with demos and discussions. Luke Tibbits (Teaching Fellow, Social Work) will join us to share how he uses these tools to provide variety and engage learners in the classroom . Please bring a smartphone, tablet or laptop if you have one, so that you can take part in the various activities. Staff will be encouraged to share their own experiences and ideas too.
    Feel free to bring your lunch and a drink.

  2. Next Steps with Moodle
    Thursday 7th December 13:00-13:45 WT1.04 Westwood
    Find out how you can use built-in tools in moodle to encourage student communciation and collaboration as well as check understanding with the new H5P interactive Moodle quiz tool. Bring a smartphone, laptop or tablet if you have one and join this interactive session packed with ideas for taking your Moodle to the next level. Staff will be encouraged to share their own experiences and ideas too.
    Feel free to bring your lunch and a drink.
     

Please book a place on either workshop here

If you can't make these sessions but want want to know more then please get in touch. Whether you are interested in attending the same session above but at a different time or if there is a particular tool or technology enhanced learning theme that you would like to explore, just contact Jim Judges j.judges@warwick.ac.uk to arrange 1:1 sessions, workshops or team training.


Learning and Development Centre

LDC organise the Technology-Enhanced Learning forum and this meets regularly in the Teaching Grid, Library. It brings together people from across campus who are interested in using technology for teaching and learning and provides a platform for sharing good practice. Meetings usually contain one or more short presentations by academic technologists from across the University. See the meeting schedule here

ITS: online and classroom opportunities

IT services offer a wide range of specific training sessions on a variety of technologies we use at Warwick. Visit their ITS training pages to see what's on offer. Courses are available online, face-to-face or through one-to-one appointments.


User groups

With such a range of electronic tools at our disposal, it is sometimes hard to know where to begin, or how we might use them. A number of tool-related user groups are established, with all staff welcome to attend, learn more and share good practice with other users from across campus.