Self-led training

There are a few ways you can browse through our training and guidance:

  • Work through our Decision Tree guide (below)
  • Scroll down the page to view areas of interest
  • Use the search box on the top right of this page to enter a search term.


Decision tree guide to our training:


We have a range of training on our Virtual Learning Environment, from step-by-step basics to tailoring your content for greater flexibility.


Whether recording lectures or editing them, our video training has plenty of straightforward guidance for the novice, or the more adventurous!


TurnItIn (TII) is an internet-based tool that combines assignment submission, plagiarism detection and online marking.


Pebblepad is an online portfolio platform that enables students to document their entire learning journey.


Softchalk is a web-based application which allows easy conversion of text-based course materials into online, interactive content with quizzes and other formative activities.

Discussion Boards

There are many benefits to effectively utilising an online discussion board (DB) within a programme of study. Read more about the DB tools available to FBMH staff.

Teaching with Zoom

Whether you are new to Zoom or want to run something more complex, these videos should help you get started.

Online Handbooks

We use WordPress as a hosting platform for easily updatable online Programme Handbooks.

Interactive Resources Using Office 365

PowerPoint is for more than just creating slides. You can create feature-rich interactive resources, narrated lectures, animations, and so on.

Dual-mode teaching

A teaching method that allows a synchronous learning activity to be experienced by both on-campus and remote students within a single group session.

TALON (Teaching and Learning Online Network) Yammer group

If you are having technical difficulties and want to see if anyone else has encountered the same problem, or if you want to help out a fellow staff member with their problems, check out the TALON Yammer Group.

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