Educational Technology Workshops
Professional Development Workshops
LEaD runs a termly programme of professional development workshops covering different aspects of educational technology. The workshops on offer include full-hour sessions on such topics as an introduction to Moodle, DIY screencasting, creating interactive resources in Moodle using H5P, a hands-on introduction to Lecture Capture, an introduction to Moodle Quiz, etc. The team will also be running a series of 30-minute sessions which focus on one aspect of a technology such as 10 common pitfalls with Turnitin assignments, how to create a Moodle assignments and introduction to grader report.
Please see our regularly updated calendar of workshops (right) for details and to book.
Most of our sessions take place on Teams or Zoom. Please follow our participant guide to set up your City Zoom account and download the Zoom application prior to attending the workshops or see our guidance on joining a meeting on Teams
We are starting to offer some on-campus sessions which will be held in the LEaD training room - B310, third floor of University Building.
Professional Development Workshop Recordings
If you can't make it to any of our synchronous sessions, LEaD regularly records its workshops and makes them available to help you plan for online teaching and to increase your confidence in using educational technology to engage and support students.
Explore our sessions and other screencasts in our A-Z listings of recordings.
LEaD Writing Group
Are you interested in blogging, but not sure where to start? Never quite manage to find the time to sit down and do that piece of writing you’ve been putting off? This message is to let you know about the monthly LEaD Writing Group and invite you to join us.
Since 2016, we’ve run an informal writing group within LEaD that focuses on support for blogging and giving participants some time and space to catch up on a little writing. Experienced bloggers, those new to it, or those thinking about starting one – all are welcome, as are those just looking for a quiet half an hour to finish off a paper or something.
At the moment, we have taken the decision to shift these events online. We will review whether to continue with these sessions online (or resume face to face meetings) depending on how circumstances change.One advantage of running the session online is that we may be able to bring in some external guests. We also hope that the format might enable more people to take part in the sessions.
Before we start, you can browse previous posts to find out some of what we’ve covered in previous sessions
Request Training Or Support
Request group online training on any of our educational technology tools. Use the IT Service Portal to make your request. Please include the educational technology you would like training on in the Short Description of the form. In the Description Details, list the people who will attend, and times and dates that are most suitable.