Details and bookings for our classroom-based courses.
Our Classroom-based courses pages are currently being redesigned. In the meantime, please see our Course Programme flyer for all course dates for semester 1 2017/18.
You can use the Event Booking system to view and book on our courses by selecting the provider 'Digital Skills' or searching for a course title. Please note that most courses become bookable on the Event Booking system approximately four weeks before they run, so you'll only see events that are happening soon.
If you have any questions about course dates or booking our classroom-based courses please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Using a range of digital devices with various interfaces such as mouse, keyboard, touch screen, voice control. Using basic applications, software and services including productivity software, web browsers and writing and presentation software. Selecting software, apps and services that are fit-for-purpose.
Finding, evaluating, managing, curating, organising and sharing digital information. Having a critical awareness of credibility of sources, and referencing appropriately. Interpreting information for academic and professional purposes. Applying the rules of copyright and using open content.
Collating, managing, accessing and using digital data in spreadsheets and other media. Interpreting data by running queries, data analyses and reports. Using ethical and security guidelines when collecting and using data.
Designing, creating and editing digital artefacts and materials including writing, imaging, audio and video. Coding and designing apps, environments and interfaces.
Digital research and scholarship
Using digital methods and practices to achieve academic and research goals, such as collecting and analysing research data. Discovering, developing and sharing ideas using digital tools.
Communicating effectively using a variety of digital media and forums, and for different purposes and audiences. Maintaining privacy in private communications.
Collaborating effectively and participating in digital study and work groups using shared digital tools and media. Producing shared materials.
Digital learning and teaching
Using digital tools and resources for learning and teaching including assessment, planning, participating and reflecting. Building learning and teaching relationships through digital media. Recording personal development events for use in reflection and evidencing achievement.