Online Workshops

CDS Workshops

UCA’s Centre for Digital Scholarship is now offering online workshops. These explore aspects of digital pedagogy and provide an opportunity for UCA staff to build their confidence in creating effective online learning experiences. Book now to avoid disappointment!

myUCA Masterclass: 15th to 26th February 2016

How can you get more out of myUCA and make it more engaging for your students? In this workshop, we’ll explore how you can take control of your unit areas by using images, videos and collaborative activities to enhance student learning.

This 10-day online workshop runs for 30 minutes per day. The course is designed to be flexible around your work commitments so you can participate whenever is convenient for you.

Outcomes: By the end of the course you will be a confident myUCA user with the ability to create engaging online learning spaces for your students.

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Exploring Digital Scholarship: 18th to 29th April 2016

How do you use technology in your teaching and research? Does it transform your work, or is it a hurdle to overcome? In this course, we’ll be exploring the emerging area of Digital Scholarship and investigating how digital tools are changing the way we undertake our academic work.

This 10-day online workshop runs for 30 minutes per day. The course is designed to be flexible around your work commitments so you can participate whenever is convenient for you.

Outcomes: By the end of the course you will be able to apply a more critical perspective to your use of technology in teaching, researching, and supporting learning.

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