New webinar series for teachers

Introducing our new online webinar series for teaching staff. This series aims to demonstrate exactly how library services can assist with teaching across the University. We will cover topics such as Open Educational Resources (what, how, and where!), using streaming services in teaching, Course Readings, copyright, and more!

Sessions will be held Tuesday, starting 7 July.

The first session is titled Flexible and free: an introduction to Open Educational Resources. The rapid shift to remote learning has demonstrated the adaptability of staff, but unfortunately copyright restrictions associated with many resources have presented blocks to online teaching. This session will introduce you to the concept of Open Educational Resources – freely available materials which you can use flexibly in your teaching! 

When: Tuesday 7 July at 1:00pm (running time: 15 minutes)


If you can’t attend the 15 minute webinars, the recordings and additional information will be available on our website. Please contact us if there’s anything in particular you’d like to learn about and we will add it to the series.

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