Practical strategies series
Our 'Practical strategies for ...' workshop series will run through academic year 2020/21. Information on workshops and online booking.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) update
The Institute for Academic Development office is currently closed to in-person events and enquirers. We are still working remotely, and will continue to run online events and provide digital-based support and information for staff and students.
Update May 21: The IAD will continue to run most of our events and workshops online as we move into the new academic year. Online events have been popular with staff and students, more convenient and easier to fit in with other constraints and time demands. We will also begin to run events on campus as soon as it is safe to do so and when room capacity is available. Looking to the future we will offer a mix of online and on-campus opportunities to staff and students.
The series consists of short workshops on various learning and teaching themes.
Our aim is that staff will leave with practical ideas they can take away and use in their own practice.
As the year progresses more workshops will be added as details are confirmed and so we would ask you to please check back throughout the academic year.
|Date & time||Workshop||Location||How to book|
|Tuesday 4 May 2021, 11:00-12:30||Practical Strategies for… designing out plagiarism/misconduct||Online||Book online (EASE log in required)|
How to book
When sessions are available, online booking links will be added above.
All workshops details and online booking links are also at learning & teaching workshops A-Z webpage
As further dates, times, venues and workshop descriptions are confirmed, more sessions will become available to book via our website and the University events booking system.
Any questions relating to the workshops or booking, or to express an interest in attending a workshop that is yet to open for booking, please contact:
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