10 September 2018, 11:00 - 15:30
|11.00–12.00||The art of invisibility in teaching and learning: Stories of disappearing barriers – Alistair McNaught (Jisc)||SAW 104|
|| To be confirmed
|| Parallel Session 1 – Super Lab Tour – Dr Mohammed Najlah (FMS)
Parallel Session 2 – LinkedIn Learning – Sarah Gyles (ITS)
| SAW 008
Parallel Session 1 – Teaching Room Technologies – Jason Williams and Sarah Gyles (AL&T and ITS)
Parallel Session 2 – Bloomberg Lab Tour – Dr Handy Tan (LAIBS) (1.30–3.30)
| MAB 015
MAB Ground floor
|| Parallel Session 2 – Bloomberg Lab Tour – Dr Handy Tan (LAIBS) (1.30–3.30)
Canvas quizzes for learning and feedback – Kate Outhwaite (AL&T)
| MAB Ground floor
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Digital literacy skills
For most students adapting to higher education resources and study habits has challenges. These are good challenges that help students grow. However, a non-trivial proportion of the student body has these challenges exacerbated by disabilities that pose additional barriers to learning. Not all of these additional barriers are good and not all of them need exist.
This interactive session will explore the ‘disabling process’ and examine how many of the study barriers faced by disabled students can be reduced by better use of existing tools, technologies and teaching approaches. The session draws on Jisc's experience of 50 institutional 'accessibility snapshots' across HE and FE, with examples of good practices in inclusive teaching, learning and student support from Anglia Ruskin and beyond.
An early adopter of technology for learning, Alistair was creating flipped teaching online delivery at Peter Symonds College back in 2000 where he also led a joint project with the National Museum of Science and Industry. At BECTA he co-created and delivered national courses for eLearning before joining Jisc TechDis as a senior advisor where he was a key contributor to TechDis’s highly regarded training resources and services. In 2015 he became an accessibility specialist for Jisc where he has led the development of the popular Accessibility Snapshot service. He is passionate about accessible products and accessible teaching, working with publishers/aggregators on eBook accessibility and an EU project on equipping Future Teachers with the digital skills they need.
Alistair has no intrinsic interest in technology or gadgets, is suspicious of geekery and oriented on the sceptical end of the spectrum but this, coupled with his passion for inclusive teaching and learning results in a pragmatic, down-to-earth approach to his work.
Lynda.com is changing to Linkedin Learning. See what the new interface will look like as well as refresh yourself on some features of Lynda.com such as personal playlists, Learning Pathways and also how to take advantage of Lynda.com’s content mapping service.
Sarah is a Microsoft Certified Expert and a FHEA IT Trainer, specialising in Microsoft applications training and other systems such as ASTRA, AV Technologies and Adobe Dreamweaver. Training through face to face sessions, one-to-ones and instructional videos, Sarah is responsible for administration of Lynda.com and Microsoft Imagine Academy.
Join us for an exploration of the classroom technologies that support your teaching. What needs to be considered during content delivery design? What do you find when you arrive in a classroom? How can you incorporate some of the interactive technologies to engage students and how do you go about getting started? (e.g. BoB, PollEverywhere, MyPlayer, lecture capture). This course is aimed at those who are new to the University or perhaps are unsure of some of the facilities in some of our 300+ teaching spaces. We want to boost your confidence in Windows 10, projectors, touch screen panels, and the interactive boards to name a few.
Jason is Digital Media Specialist at Anglia Learning & Teaching (AL&T). He generates media for AL&T, including filming conferences and seminars, editing, taking photographs and collaborating with our team. Jason delivers staff development, including face-to-face, one-to-one, group, and online training. He creates and leads online courses such as Open Educational Resources in 15 minutes and Google Tools for Student Engagement. He works on learning, teaching and assessment projects and is currently leading on 5 and 10 Minutes of Digital Literacy. Sarah is a Microsoft Certified Expert and a FHEA IT Trainer, specialising in Microsoft applications training and other systems such as ASTRA, AV Technologies and Adobe Dreamweaver. Training through face to face sessions, one-to-ones and instructional videos, Sarah is responsible for administration of Lynda.com and Microsoft Imagine Academy.
Join Kate for a hands-on exploration of how you can use Canvas Quizzes to engage your students and support their learning through thoughtful quiz questions and useful feedback. At the end of the workshop, you will be able to:
Kate is Learning Technology Specialist in Anglia Learning & Teaching, providing staff development and support across ARU in the use of Canvas, the Sharepoint VLE and with particular responsibility for the management and use of the Questionmark platform which has provided the ARU online quiz engine since 2011–12.