News: Remote Learning
Following up on their presentation at the Festival of Learning and Teaching (FoLT), Natalia and John share some insights into what they have learned teaching during the pandemic and how this will influence their teaching going forward.
During times of remote learning, the ability to assess student engagement with course content has become increasingly important.
We have put together a collection of resources to help support students, especially during assessment periods. Some of these resources including essay writing tools, new open education resources from the library and general support services.
Course Ambassadors are students employed by Learning Enhancement and Innovation on a casual basis to assist individual Course Coordinators and Teaching Staff in supporting the University’s efforts to deliver remote learning opportunities.
During the present times of purely remote learning, it is increasingly important for students to receive personalised messaging from their course coordinators, lecturers and tutors.
With course content rapidly moving to an online format, so too are many of the teaching and learning services offered by the University.
Learning Enhancement and Innovation have created a brand-new online resource to provide Academic and Professional staff with essential knowledge on the use of MyUni.