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Target Audience: Teaching & Professional Services staff with a relevant role and interest
You will participate in a number of weekly online tasks and discussions, with tutors from the Education Enhancement Team. Completion of the weekly tasks and discussions will be mainly self-paced and should take an average of four hours each week.
Each week there will be 1 live session and participants are asked to attend this. The live session will be held on:
This module can be completed as a standalone staff development option to gain experience in teaching online, or as Part 1 of the accredited Teaching and Learning Online (TALON) module which forms part of Strathclyde's Programme for Academic practice, Researcher development, and Knowledge exchange (SPARK).
- Engage in online course activities from a student’s perspective.
- Describe and critically evaluate current methodologies for blended and online learning design.
- Identify the tools and technologies which facilitate online teaching and learning.
- Design online activities involving the use of learning technologies for online or blended learning delivery.
- Evaluate methods of encouraging online engagement and collaboration.
- Describe and evaluate the methods of assessment and feedback available in an online environment.
- Identify the range of guidance and support for online learning design available at Strathclyde.
Delivered By: Education Enhancement Team
PrerequisitesThis course assumes that you have basic IT skills. In addition, participants must have completed the "Getting Started with Myplace course" or have equivalent knowledge.
Related MaterialsParticipants require access to a PC/Mac, microphone, headphones and web camera.
If you require any further assistance with making a booking, please send an email to: TALON@strath.ac.uk