Flexible Learning 2020
A helpful list of new and existing resources for colleagues preparing for semester 2. There are lots of quick tips, ideas from colleagues as well as guides, courses and webinars.
System updates and improvements to Buddycheck, a Canvas integrated tool for peer evaluation of group work contribution.
Information about designing assessment, as well as choosing appropriate digital assessment tools, with links to guidance and support.
We have updated the Canvas Orientation course to show how you can use Canvas modules to direct student's activity week by week or topic by topic. You can use modules to set the flow through your course.
NUIT have created security groups for each module and community making it easier for you to share files and videos with students. It also simplifies adding these student groups to Microsoft Teams.
Guidance on capturing and recording timetabled small group teaching in the context of our move between DfE Tiers.
New sessions covering how to schedule synchronous online sessions in Canvas using Zoom or Teams
Following a successful pilot in 2019/20, Buddycheck has replaced WebPA as the centrally supported tool for peer evaluation of group work contribution.
Resources and new webinars are now available to help you prepare for the new term.
Update on the status of the ReCap service.
To assist staff to create pre-recorded video content for teaching a suite of rooms on campus have been provisioned as Resource Development Rooms for staff to use throughout Semester 1.
We have added links to Kay Sambell and Sally Brown's resource on assignments and task design to our Digital Learning Guides.
Guidance on the centrally supported applications to support teaching and important considerations before adopting new applications.
New information has been added to the Flexible Learning website illustrating how the support for the implementation of the ERF all fits together
Guidance on reflective practice and accessing NU ePortfolio from Canvas
When can you record online teaching sessions - and how to inform students.