This information is also relevant when checking your Semester 2 courses. Below is a checklist for our Unit Coordinators to go through to make sure that a rolled over course has been updated to the minimum standard: Step 1: Close
Narrated presentations are often used as a substitute for face-to-face or live online lectures. This is commonly done using PowerPoint or other similar presentation software. In order to bring in elements of face-to-face lectures and increase student engagement, online lecture
Jennifer Kennedy and Tim Walton, Teaching Fellows from the Division of Nursing, Midwifery & Social Work, have developed an online resource (using Softchalk) to provide divisional colleagues with a resource bank of ideas for various aspects of online and blended
ABC Learning and Design is a curriculum design workshop developed by Clive Young and Nataša Perović in 2014 at University College London (https://abc-ld.org/). The methods align closely to the well renowned research by Prof Diana Laurillard on how students learn
Dr Iliada Eleftheriou, Lecturer in Health Data Sciences at the University of Manchester presents a talk on her experiences with Blended Learning focusing on delivering interactive teaching online. Examples presented are derived from the “AI: Robot Overlord, Replacement or Colleague?”
The Clinical Bioinformatics Teaching Team recently created a video welcoming new students to their course. The team used a simple pre-agreed script which they presented via Zoom while recording. If you are interested in doing something similar, take a look
Iliada Eleftheriou, Lecturer in Health Data Sciences at The University of Manchester and Andy Brass, Professor of Bioinformatics at the University of Manchester discuss models for delivering group work online.