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Category: e-learning community

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Curriculum Interventions: Information Skills and Online Reading Lists: T&L Seminar (ELC) 3 Feb

January 22nd, 2016 at 04:01

Interventions from the library (LRLR) at key points in the curriculum can have a powerful impact on students’ academic attainment as well as their overall satisfaction with library resources. Elizabeth Newall (Senior Librarian, Teaching and Learning Support) will present LRLR’s Suite of Information Skills Interventions for Taught Course Students, which has already attracted over 10,000 [...]

Connecting with the Professions: Social media and blogging: recordings of T & L Seminar on 2 Dec 2015

December 16th, 2015 at 02:12

The recordings are now available from Connecting with the Professions, the December Teaching and Learning Seminar (formerly E-Learning Community) held on Wednesday 2nd December 2015. Kathryn Moss from the School of Sociology and Social Policy introduced the way the School uses the Mahara eportfolio to connect with Social Work students out on placement, ensuring that [...]

T & L Seminar: Connecting with the professions Wed 2 Dec @ 12.30

November 26th, 2015 at 03:11

The December Teaching and Learning Seminar (formerly E-Learning Community) for University of Nottingham staff is on the topic Connecting with the professions Social media can be used to connect staff and students to the professional communities they are part of or becoming part of. In this session we have three speakers talking about the ways [...]

Teaching & Learning Seminar (E-learning Community): Digitising and Visualising: 4 Nov 2015

October 22nd, 2015 at 10:10

The second in our 15-16 series of Teaching & Learning Seminars will take place on the first Wednesday in November. This event will attempt to combine talks by two speakers from very different subject areas, but who will both discuss digitising and visualisation, images and identification. Susan Anderson (GEM) will speak about the “virtual microscope” [...]

The Teaching and Learning Seminar Series (incorporating ELearning Community) Oct 2015-Jan 2016

October 14th, 2015 at 10:10

The regular Elearning Community sessions on the first Wednesday of the month have grown into an expanded Teaching and Learning Seminar Series. Here are the first few dates: TODAY  Wed 14 Oct: Peer Assessment 5 colleagues will be sharing their practices 2-3.30 pm (drop-in during second half), C01 ESLC, University Park Wed 4 Nov: Digitising [...]

This month in the blog: August

August 27th, 2015 at 08:08

August is even quieter than July in our sector. But there have been some interesting and/or helpful posts published in previous years that might still be of interest: 2013 Using the Mahara e-portfolio – what our students say: How students are using the Mahara e-portfolio Dr Peter Kirwan talking about using wikis in Moodle, and [...]

Teaching & Learning Seminar (E-learning Community): Teaching-Dedicated Structures in Schools. 3 June

May 22nd, 2015 at 11:05

The last event of the academic year will differ somewhat from our usual fare in that it will be two talks looking at the context in which e-learning often finds itself – developmental activity and excellence in teaching. The Innovation in Pharmacy Education Division (IPED) is the newest of the six divisions in the School [...]

Employability Rocks – Dr Judith Wayte, School of Biosciences: recording of T & L Seminar on 18 Mar 2015

May 1st, 2015 at 07:05

Dr Judith Wayte from the School of Biosciences explored the idea of employability as seen through the lens of a practitioner. This talk was given as part of a Teaching and Learning seminar on 18th March 2015. Recording available on the Talking of Teaching Blog List of Teaching and Learning Seminar Recordings

T & L Seminar: Embedding Professional and employability skills in the curriculum

March 4th, 2015 at 09:03

An extra Teaching and Learning Seminar takes place this month: Embedding Professional and employability skills in the curriculum Location C15, Pope Building, University Park Date Wednesday 18th March 2015 Time: 12:30-2 pm This seminar will consider two good-practice approaches to embedding professionalism skills/employability skills into the non-clinical curriculum, presented by Pam Hagan (Medicine) and Judith [...]

T & L Seminar: Experiences of Lecture Capture Wed 4 March

March 2nd, 2015 at 10:03

The subject of the talk on March 4th is Experiences of lecture capture. We have invited speakers from three different faculties to describe how lecture capture is being used in their schools and to report on the experience of staff and students with this very topical technique. The speakers are: Joel Feinstein (Mathematical Sciences) Alison [...]