Throughout the year we offer a variety of events aimed at raising awareness of different learning technologies and the different ways they can be implemented to enhance the student experience. The types of events that we organise range from learning technology fairs covering a range of topics, to more focussed hands-on workshops.
Our events cover one or more of the following themes:
- Interactive Learning and Teaching
- Assessment and Feedback
- Open Educational Resources
- Students as Makers and Co-creators
- Exploring Spaces - Online and Physical Spaces
Arranging an event
The EDE team are happy to plan and arrange events that are specific to your school and programme needs. If you would like to find out more about the types of events that we are able to offer please contact us using the form link below.
This programme of events focuses on the big issues and the new technologies that will have an impact on teaching over the next few years, asking how teaching is changing and how should we respond. The sessions are intended to offer opportunities for discussion as well as practical know-how; to be lively, interactive and informative.
Learning, Teaching & Web Services (LTW), in collaboration with the eLearning@ED committee deliver a series of monthly events to showcase learning and teaching technologies and how they are being used across the institution. The sessions will normally take place between 1500-1700 on an afternoon during the last week of each month.
These sessions are aimed at anyone who is involved with learning technology within the University from technical implementations to curriculum design and research. The upcoming schedule and notes from previous meetings are also made available on our webpages.
Digital Skills and Training team offer a range of courses intended to develop digital and information literacy, desktop and IT productivity skills in staff and students.