Didn’t get chance to attend one or more previous sessions?
|During the academic year 2017/18 we offered a range of sessions under the following themes:||During the academic year 2018/19 we offered a range of sessions under the following themes:|
|Take a look and let us know which would interest you or your team.
We’ll then compile a list of interested staff and contact the facilitators to repeat or offer bespoke sessions in the future.
Digital Confidence Courses for 2019
Course 1 – Face to Face (f2f) – for those of you who are really struggling and would value ring-fenced, face to face time and space as part of a small group.
Course 2 – Flexible online – for those of you who feel you’re coping with technology but its not an enjoyable experience. You will have guided space and time to suit but as part of a learning community.
These course are for any Directorate/Faculty staff at Hallam. Take a look at the course themes/descriptors and if you have any queries/questions please contact Helen Rodger mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Module assessment criteria, performance indicators and rubrics
During October 2018, workshop and drop-in sessions were held for academic staff in producing module assessment criteria and translating them into performance indicators for inclusion in an assessment rubric. Support was also available on how to create rubrics in Blackboard. These included:
- Writing Assessment Criteria and Performance Indicators
- Creating Assessment Rubrics in Blackboard
- Creating Well-Formed Assessment Criteria drop-in sessions
For details please visit https://goo.gl/f82gvP Resources from these workshops are available at:
Spotlight on Digital events
Throughout July 2018, the Digital Capability Team in LEAD ran their Spotlight on Digital workshops, highlighting the principles and techniques, including topics such as why digital technology is an important part of the Applied University, how you currently use (or don’t use) technology in your existing practice, your rights and responsibilities online, how and why to make your content more accessible to people with disabilities, and how to preserve your wellbeing in the flood of online information.
University CPD events
Please also take a look at other CPD events that are happening around the University:
Sheffield Hallam University ‘Prevent’ training course – aimed at all university staff, facilitated by HR&OD (bookings via Core Portal)
Researcher development opportunities – development opportunities available through the Sheffield Hallam Researcher Development (SHaRD) programme – a framework offering a blend of delivered courses, online courses and resources under 25 themes, including Epigeum ‘Research’ online courses.