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Academic & Research Writing for Speakers of Other Languages     show
English not your first language? Want to enhance your academic and research writing skills in English? OSDU are hosting 4 classes every Wednesday (2-4.30pm) starting from the 18 Jan for 4 weeks.

Target Audience: Academic & Research Staff whose first language is not English


Academic Writing     show
This module combines theoretical perspectives on academic writing with practical activities that should increase the participants' own writing output.

Target Audience: Academic & Research Staff


Academic Writing (Publication Challenge)     show
Academic Writing (Publication Challenge) runs in tandem with the Faculty of Science Publication Challenge. Participants will attend the Publication Challenge as well as two SPARK sessions which will support your learning from the Challenge itself.

Target Audience: Academic, Research, Teaching and KE staff


Academic Writing (Scotland Excel)     show
This module combines theoretical perspectives on academic writing with practical activities that should increase the participants' own writing output.

Target Audience: Academic & Research Staff


Advanced SUPrimo - Skills Boost     show
Get better search results with SUPrimo's advanced search options.

Target Audience: All students and staff.


An Introduction to Inclusive Teaching Practice     show
To raise awareness of disability related issues in higher education To consider strategies to make your teaching and learning more inclusive

Target Audience: Academic Staff


Assignment Planning, Writing and Reviewing     show
This workshop is designed for first year students but may be of interest to all undergraduates. This workshop looks at a range of activities involved in the production of effective writing, including how to plan, structure and methodically edit your writing.

Target Audience: Undergraduates


Briefing Session - Managing Work Related Stress for Managers     show
The University is responsible for the implementation of measures to prevent work related stress. It is essential that managers are advised and trained in managing this issue. We have a duty to risk assess all hazards in the workplace.

Target Audience: Staff


Building a Successful Research Career - ONLINE     show
This is the online version of the core SPARK class, Building a Successful Research Career and can be taken as an alternative to the face-to-face class. The format of this class mirrors that of the face-to-face class whilst offering you the flexibility to study around your commitments.

Target Audience: Academic Staff, Research Staff and those interested in pursuing a career in research


Building a Successful Research Career (BASRC)     show
Building a Successful Research Career is run by OSDU (the Organisational & Staff Development Unit). It is designed for existing and aspiring research staff, particularly those in the early part of their career

Target Audience: Academic & Research Staff


Copy Right! Don't copy wrong - Skills Boost     show
Is it ok to use content I find on the internet? Come along to our copyright session and learn about use and re-use.

Target Audience: All students and staff.


Critical Thinking     show
This workshop is designed for first year students but may be of interest to all undergraduates. Thinking critically is an essential characteristic of all academic disciplines and this workshop explores how active reading, analysis and self reflection feed into this process.

Target Audience: Undergraduates


DDC Catch up - Reflection on semester 1 and revised academic year     show
An opportunity for Departmental/School Disability Coordinators to meet each other and members of the Disability Service.

Target Audience: Staff


Departmental Fire Safety Training     show
To provide comprehensive guidance and advice regarding the roles and responsbilities of both Fire Safety Co-ordinators and Fire Safety Assistants, to ensure fire safety is managed on a day-to-day basis and suitable arrangements are in place to effect a safe evacuation of the building.

Target Audience: Staff


Developments in the International Vertically Integrated Project (VIP)     show
Since its inception a few years ago the Vertically Integrated Project Consortium (of which Strathclyde is a founding member) has grown considerably taking in new programs in South East Asia and the Far East.

Target Audience: Staff and Students


DSEAR Workshop (Dangerous Substances & Explosive Atmosphere Regs)     show
The course provides those delegates with responsibility for design, installation, use and maintenance of equipment or systems involving gases and solvents with an understanding of how to apply the principles of DSEAR. This will include introduction of a simple calculator for hazardou

Target Audience: Staff and post graduate students


Dyslexia Awareness     show
Workshop on dyslexia awareness for academic staff and front line professional services staff as part of a training and development programme.

Target Audience: academic staff


Ebooks - Skills Boost     show
How to access and use ebooks.

Target Audience: All students and staff.


Effective Time Management for Postgraduates     show
This workshop is designed for new postgraduate students but may be of interest to all postgraduates wishing to review their current study practices (NB: This not a credit bearing course: PhD students should consider attending the PG Cert. accredited workshops within the RDP).

Target Audience: Postgraduate


EndNote Desktop     show
EndNote is a type of reference management software that enables users to manage references and import them directly into Word documents.

Target Audience: Postgraduate students and staff


EndNote Online (Web)     show
EndNote Online (also known as EndNote Web) is a free tool for Strathclyde staff and students that can help you manage your references and create your bibliography in different referencing styles.

Target Audience: All students and staff


Engaging Different Audiences     show
This class represents a core element of the knowledge exchange experience and is a core experience demanded of professionals engaged within the area.

Target Audience: Academic & Research Staff


Enhancing Learning, Teaching, and Assessment at Strathclyde     show
This course is designed on the basis of increasing external pressures to enhance the quality of the student learning experience. The course is mindful of the basis of SHEFC funding, the requirements of the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) and the strong recommendation from the D

Target Audience: Academic & Research Staff


Enterprise, Commercialisation and Intellectual Property     show
Enterprise, Commercialisation and Intellectual Property

Target Audience: Academic & Research Staff


Gas Risk Assessment Training     show
Anyone in departments who has responsibility for risk assessing the impact of compressed gas releases or the inclusion of new compressed gas systems into new or existing laboratories or work areas, as required under COSHH and DSEAR.

Target Audience: Staff and Students


Getting Started with Myplace     show
Moodle is the core online learning environment for the University, and it has been branded as Myplace at Strathclyde. This session provides an introduction to setting up a course using Myplace, and gives an overview of commonly used tools and features.

Target Audience: Staff


Google and Google Scholar - Skills Boost     show
Avoid the pitfalls and get the best results when using Google for academic work.

Target Audience: All students and staff.


Learning & Teaching in an International Technological University     show
Colleagues are invited to register to attend this exciting 3RD annual event.

Target Audience: All staff involved in Learning & Teaching at the University


Learning analytics student workshop     show
This is a one-hour workshop to meet with external consultants to discuss the use of learning analytics at Strathclyde.

Target Audience: Students


Literature searching - Skills Boost     show
Skills Boost session. How to find and use databases.

Target Audience: All students and staff.


Management & Leadership in H.E.     show
This module examines the structure of higher educational provision in Scotland, the origins and influences on policy making and looks at some of the major debates and current issues in the field of higher education.

Target Audience: Academic & Research Staff


Mentoring @ Strathclyde: Information Session     show
This information session will introduce you to the 2 current Mentoring @ Strathclyde Schemes to support research/academic staff and support staff with their career development and also launch the new scheme for Teaching Staff.

Target Audience: Academic Staff, Research Staff; Support Staff and Teaching Staff interested in mentoring


Myplace 2016 Upgrade Workshop     show
30 - 40 minute demonstration of changes to Myplace in the latest iteration (2016-2017). Followed by self directed workshop to set up and/or edit your classes appropriately.

Target Audience: Administration or Academic Staff Using Myplace


Myplace 2017-2018 Upgrade Workshop     show
An overview of new features in Myplace for the 2017-2018 academic year.

Target Audience: Administrative and Teaching Staff


Myplace User Group     show
Myplace User Group meeting for all staff members who use Myplace for teaching and learning at the University.

Target Audience: Staff users of Myplace


NSS Improvement Framework forum     show
With the NSS 2016 response shortly to commence, we would like to take this opportunity to invite colleagues to help prepare for the launch.

Target Audience: All academic staff, and professional and administrative staff who support course delivery.


NSS Improvement Framework Forums 2017 - Forum 1     show
Delivering an Outstanding Student Experience: NSS Improvement Framework Forums

Target Audience: All academic, administrative and professional services staff responsible for delivering and supporting undergraduate courses


NSS Improvement Framework Forums 2017 - Forum 2     show
Delivering an Outstanding Student Experience: NSS Improvement Framework Forums

Target Audience: All academic, administrative and professional services staff responsible for delivering and supporting undergraduate courses


Preparing for PG Study: Information Literacy & Research Readiness     show
This workshop is designed for new postgraduate students but may be of interest to all postgraduates wishing to review their current study practice. (NB: This not a credit bearing course. PhD students should consider attending the PG Cert. accredited workshops within the RDP).

Target Audience: Postgraduates


Preparing for Study: The International Student Experience     show
Part of the Study Skills Workshop Series, this 2 hour workshop is designed for International students wishing to better understand the rewards and challenges of studying in the UK.

Target Audience: International Students


Principles & Practice of Risk Assessment     show
The course will enable departments to comply with the current Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations and with the University Health and Safety Policy.<br/>Mandatory for those who are currently, or could potentially, be responsible for undertaking general risk assessments.

Target Audience: Staff and Postgraduates


Reading a reference - Skills Boost     show
Skills Boost session. How to read reference lists to find information.

Target Audience: All staff and students.


Referencing and plagiarism - Skills Boost     show
How and why you should reference.

Target Audience: All students and staff.


Referencing in your writing     show
This course provides an introduction to using references in your writing, how to present ideas to others, and how to offer evidence to support your own thinking.

Target Audience: All students


Research Bidding and Design     show
Aims & Objectives: 1. To enable early career researchers to develop their abilities in the entire process of research proposal development, from the initial design of the research question to the publication of results.

Target Audience: Academic and Research Staff


Research Bidding and Design - Getting Started     show
This class aims to enable research staff and early career academics starting out in research bidding and design to develop their knowledge, skills and abilities in development and submission of small, early career research proposals.

Target Audience: For research staff and early career academics starting out in research bidding and design. Individuals from other staff categories may also find this class useful if they are intending to apply for research funding.


Responding Effectively to Disclosures of Gender-based violence (GBV)     show
The aim of this one day course is to equip members of staff to respond to disclosures of gender based violence in a way that is timely, appropriate and non-judgemental, and to do this with a clear understanding of the immediate needs of the survivor.

Target Audience: Those who work in a front-facing role with students or staff in a support or advisory role who may have to respond to a confidential disclosure about gender based violence.


Reviewing and Writing for Postgraduates     show
This workshop covers some of the key academic practices required to become an effective postgraduate literature review writer. (NB: This not a credit bearing course. PhD students should consider attending the PG Cert. accredited workshops within the RDP).

Target Audience: Postgraduates


SEES XMAS Gathering     show
Our SEES Christmas Celebration is great fun and a lovely opportunity to spend time together. As usual we'll be serving seasonal treats and refreshments - and not just mince pies, I promise!

Target Audience: All SEES staff


Skype for Business Roadshow     show
A short roadshow event for staff and postgraduate researchers taking part in the Skype for Business pilot. The session will provide an overview of key features and a chance to look at some of the recommended equipment to use with Skype for Business.

Target Audience: Staff and Postgraduate Researchers


Skype for Business: Live Demonstration     show
An event celebrating the launch of Skype for Business

Target Audience: Staff and Postgraduate Researchers


Staff part-time Doctorate support Network     show
Monthly lunchtime meetings every month to provide peer support for Strathclyde Staff members studying part-time doctorates The sessions will involve: Some CPD activities (e.g. speakers

Target Audience: Staff members studying part-time doctorates


STEP - Forecasting the Future of Work     show
During this workshop you will be asked to use a series of future forecasting tools and techniques to think about the future of work in a systematic but innovative way.

Target Audience: Teaching Staff


STEP - Flip Your Classroom     show
To allow staff to explore tools, methods and principles of supporting reflective learning activities online. A 'flipped classroom' format involves students working at home on the content that is normally delivered during a traditional 'lecture'.

Target Audience: Staff who are involved in teaching within the university


STEP - NSS Improvement Workshop - Maths & Stats     show
Aims and Purpose of this session: My Role; Time and space for discussion; Where are you now, where do you want to be, and how will you get there; Solution-focused

Target Audience: Mathematics and Statistics Department


STEP - Designing Online and Blended Learning     show
This Masterclass will allow participants to reflect on how learning activities can be designed to create effective online and blended learning environments through presentation and discussion of design frameworks and practical activities underpinned by relevant theory and pedagogy

Target Audience: All staff involved in designing learning activities within the university


STEP - Disability Awareness     show
This session will increase awareness of disability-related issues and consider the impact that having a disability can have on the University experience

Target Audience: Teaching, Academic and APS Staff


STEP - Effectively use Social Media in Teaching & Learning     show
These workshops will help you learn how to use social media tools intelligently and responsibly to instruct, communicate with, and engage your students in ways that are familiar and meaningful to them.

Target Audience: Attendees should ideally have teaching responsibilities or at least have a vested interest in university teaching


STEP - Ensure an Inclusive Approach in the Classroom     show
This workshop will explore current inclusive teaching methods and encourage participants to consider how these could be applied within their own disciplinary areas.

Target Audience: Teaching, Academic and APS Staff


STEP - Harnessing Creativity and Performativity to Enhance Student Eng     show
This workshop will offer participants the opportunity to try some of these techniques in a safe and supportive environment while benefiting from feedback from the instructor (with background and expertise in Theatre, Voice, and Communication) and other participants.

Target Audience: All staff involved in delivery of teaching within the university


STEP - HEA Senior/Principal Fellowship Application Support Network     show
We are launching a support network for staff who are interested/currently working on an application for senior or principal fellowship of the HEA. This network will provide the opportunity to meet others and learn about other support available through the University.

Target Audience: Academic,Teaching APS Staff


STEP - How to … Design Effective ‘Assessment For Learning’     show
This session will explore ‘Assessment for Learning’, how this fits with Strathclyde Assessment and Feedback policy, and review specific examples of approaches based on this model

Target Audience: Academic Staff


STEP - How to use Myplace - Reflective learning Activities     show
This session will allow staff to explore tools, methods and principles of supporting reflective learning activities online

Target Audience: Staff involved in teaching


STEP - How to... use Myplace Peer Review     show
This session will allow staff to explore the MOODLE/Myplace activity ‘Workshop: Assignment’ used for peer review.

Target Audience: Teaching Staff


STEP - How to...Use Video & Audio in your Teaching     show
This session aims to provide you with the confidence to use video in your teaching. All participants will need to bring a Smartphone to be able to take part in the session activity.

Target Audience: Teaching Staff


STEP - Introduction to Storytelling (2 parts)     show
This series of 2 short workshops are hosted by Alice Fernbank, a professional storyteller – and teacher.

Target Audience: Teaching, Academic and APS Staff


STEP - Make documents accessible     show
This practical workshop will show participants how to create accessible word and PDF documents ensuring that they are readable by all, including people with disabilities.

Target Audience: Teaching, Academic and APS Staff


STEP - Masterclass on digital and blended learning Course (Re) Design     show
This masterclass is delivered by Prof. Grainne Conole. It will focus on facilitating staff to see how to move forward with re-designing traditional classes to being suitable for blended/online delivery

Target Audience: Teaching Staff


STEP - Myplace Gradebook Weightings     show
This session will cover some of the basics of using the gradebook weighting system to calculate grades.

Target Audience: Teaching and Administrative Staff


STEP - Myplace Groups & Groupings     show
This session will provide staff with an understanding of how Groups and Groupings work in Myplace, which can be the key to administering many classes.

Target Audience: All staff engaged in teaching


STEP - Pedagogy and Publication Peer Support Network     show
The purpose of this peer support network is to promote and support pedagogical research and publication across the disciplines within the University. The group is intended to take the form of a Community of Practice (CoP) through organic growth.

Target Audience: All staff with an interest in pedagogical research and publication


STEP - Peer Support Network for Leadership in Learning and Teaching     show
This peer support network is being established to support staff in developing leadership within their learning and teaching role in the university

Target Audience: Staff who work in a leadership role, or who are interested in developing leadership in learning and teaching within the university


STEP - Quick 1 hour STEP session on ASSIGNMENT     show
This short lunchtime session will teach you the basics about the Myplace assignment activity, which provides a space into which students can submit work for teachers to grade and give feedback on.

Target Audience: Teaching Staff


STEP - Quick 1 hour STEP session on FORUM     show
In this session you will participate in a number of forums.This will enable you to understand how the differing settings effect the way that posts are displayed. You will also follow step by step instructions to create a new forum.

Target Audience: Teaching Staff


STEP - Quick 1 hour STEP session on How to Post an Advert     show
This session will explain how to use the ‘Notice’ feature on Myplace to send an advert with adjoining image.

Target Audience: Teaching Staff


STEP - Quick 1 hour STEP session on Myplace - Grade Visibility     show
This session will be specifically useful to administrative or grading staff who have some responsibility for returning grades and feedback to students.

Target Audience: Teaching Staff


STEP - Quick 1 hour STEP session QUIZ     show
This short lunchtime session will teach you the basics about the Myplace quiz activity and how to create a simple multiple choice quiz. The Myplace quizzes are a set of questions grouped together, to be answered by a student in one sitting.

Target Audience: Teaching Staff


STEP - Sharing Practice: Encouraging development of social discipl...     show
Encouraging development of social disciplinary understandings through innovative teaching activities.

Target Audience: The coursework is replicable in any department/ faculty where the students will join a vocational (accountancy, engineering medicine, law, etc.) community of practice on graduating.


STEP - Summer Course (Re)Design Challenge     show
The Summer Course (Re)Design challenge aims to provide a network of support for staff who would like to (re)design courses or aspects of their teaching, but who struggle to find the time to do this.

Target Audience: Academic and Teaching Staff


STEP - Supporting administration of classes in Myplace     show
This session will allow staff to explore tools and methods of administering classes online and organising a cohort.

Target Audience: Staff wishing to find out more about administering classes efficiently online in Myplace


STEP - Supporting social learning     show
This session will allow staff to explore tools, methods and principles of social learning online

Target Audience: Staff wishing to find out more about social learning activities online


STEP - Teachers PET (Performance Evaluation Tool)     show
Teachers PET (Teachers Performance Evaluation Tool) is a system for collecting feedback from students about classes and their delivery. Questionnaires are prepared for each class, they can be completely different and can run concurrently. Each questionnaire has a feedback window.

Target Audience: Teaching, Academic and APS Staff


STEP - Teaching using live online collaboration platforms.     show
This session will allow staff to explore tools, methods and principles of tools that support teaching classes live online.

Target Audience: Staff wishing to find out more using tools which enable live online teaching of students.


STEP - Transforming Assessment and Feedback Challenge     show
The Transforming Assessment challenge aims to provide a network of support for staff who would like to (re)design formative and/or summative assessment opportunities.

Target Audience: Staff who are involved in learning and teaching within the university


STEP - Use Feedforward to Enhance Feedback     show
This session will focus on how the traditional retrospective focus on feedback can be flipped for assessments and assignments, and will also explore real-time and embedded feedback.

Target Audience: Staff who are involved in learning and teaching within the university


STEP - Use Jigsaw Learning     show
Jigsaw learning is a form of co-operative learning that can be used in the classroom to encourage students to learn from each other in a way that also encourages individuals to take responsibility for their assigned work.

Target Audience: Staff who are involved in learning and teaching within the university


STEP - Use Technology to Enhance Feedback     show
. This session explores ways in which technology might be used to enhance feedback. This will include the use of audio feedback, polling software, and clicker technology.

Target Audience: Staff who are involved in learning and teaching within the university


STEP - What about me?: Supporting Staff, Supporting Students     show
This training has been developed by students in order to support staff in supporting the first year transition of students, particularly their transition into the academic environment and how this can also support social integration to university life. Training will:

Target Audience: All staff involved in delivery of 1st year undergraduate teaching


STEP - Work with students who are blind/visually impaired     show
This session will increase awareness of the needs of students who are blind or visually impaired and the barriers they face in higher education.

Target Audience: Teaching, Academic and APS Staff


STEP - Work with students who have Asperger’s Syndrome     show
This session will increase awareness of the needs of students with Asperger’s Syndrome and the barriers they face in higher education. Participants will be encouraged to consider how to make the learning and wider University environment accessible to these students.

Target Audience: Teaching, Academic and APS Staff


STEP - Workshop on digital and blended Learning Course (Re) Design     show
This workshop is delivered by Prof. Grainne Conole. The full day workshop will allow participants to reflect on how learning activities can be designed to create effective online and blended learning.

Target Audience: Teaching Staff


STEP FOCUS GROUP - Engineering     show
The first year of the STEP programme has now been delivered and staff from the target audience are invited to meet with the programme lead to provide feedback on the quality of the programme and contribute to discussion that will shape the programme for the upcoming academic year.

Target Audience: STAFF involved in delivering or supporting Learning & Teaching


STEP FOCUS GROUP - HASS     show
The first year of the STEP programme has now been delivered and staff from the target audience are invited to meet with the programme lead to provide feedback on the quality of the programme and contribute to discussion that will shape the programme for the upcoming academic year.

Target Audience: STAFF involved in delivering or supporting Learning & Teaching


STEP FOCUS GROUP - SBS     show
The first year of the STEP programme has now been delivered and staff from the target audience are invited to meet with the programme lead to provide feedback on the quality of the programme and contribute to discussion that will shape the programme for the upcoming academic year.

Target Audience: STAFF involved in delivering or supporting Learning & Teaching


STEP FOCUS GROUP - SCIENCE     show
The first year of the STEP programme has now been delivered and staff from the target audience are invited to meet with the programme lead to provide feedback on the quality of the programme and contribute to discussion that will shape the programme for the upcoming academic year.

Target Audience: STAFF involved in delivering or supporting Learning & Teaching


STEP How to encourage critical engagement with disciplinary lit..     show
Reading student's written work so often provokes the reaction, "How could they write that!?" The "CRAP detector" is a straightforward rubric which can be used by students from first year undergraduates to doctoral students to start them thinking and writing critically.'

Target Audience: Staff wishing to explore a number of straightforward rubrics to allow students to assess the usefulness of a range of material.


Strategies for Exam Success     show
This workshop is designed for first year students but may be of interest to all undergraduates. Dealing with both preparation and performance, this workshop explores ways to minimise stress and successfully negotiate the exam process.

Target Audience: Undergraduates


Student Transitions     show
Four UG student Interns worked on a project over the summer looking at Student Transitions into Higher Education. They would like to share their findings with you and we are keen to have a broader discussion about how the university takes those messages and recommendations forward.

Target Audience: Those most directly involved in supporting student transitions into University learning.


Student Transitions February 2016     show
This event is to share information about the current work being done by staff and students to support student transitions at Strathclyde. We will have guest speakers from Robert Gordon University, after which participants in five projects at Strathclyde will present their findings.

Target Audience: Staff


Student Transitions Network Event     show
This event is to share information about work being done by staff and students at Strathclyde around 'student transitions', the current QAA Enhancement Theme. Findings will be presented from a range of projects from across the University.

Target Audience: Staff


Student Transitions: Projects 2014-15     show
Following a call for proposals across the institution in February, five projects were identified and offered funding to progress the Student Transitions theme within Strathclyde. Representatives of the five projects will be invited to outline their projects. In addition, Associate Dep

Target Audience: Those most directly involved in supporting student transitions into University learning.


Supervising Postgraduate Research     show
This module enables you to engage with the professional and theoretical underpinnings and political drivers of national developments in research and research supervision in Higher Education in the UK.

Target Audience: Academic & Research Staff


Supervising Postgraduate Research ONLINE     show
Supervising Postgraduate Research (online) This module enables you to engage with the professional and theoretical underpinnings and political drivers of national developments in research and research supervision in Higher Education in the UK.

Target Audience: Academic & Research Staff


SUPrimo essentials - Skills Boost     show
How to search SUPrimo effectively.

Target Audience: All students and staff.


Teaching & Learning Online (TALON)     show
The aim of the course is to allow staff to experience being an online student while at the same time exploring the implications and opportunities of teaching and learning in Moodle (Myplace).

Target Audience: Teaching Staff & Professional Services staff with a relevant role and interest


Teaching, Learning & Assessment within the Disciplines     show
This module provides a series of activities and scholarly readings to help colleagues articulate the key conceptual transformations that are fundamental within their discipline(s) and identify how best to teach these to their students.

Target Audience: Academic & Research Staff


Teaching, Learning & Assessment within the Disciplines: Academic Staff     show
This module provides a series of activities and scholarly readings to help colleagues articulate the key conceptual transformations that are fundamental within their discipline(s) and identify how best to teach these to their students.

Target Audience: Academic Staff


Teaching, Learning & Assessment within the Disciplines:Research Staff     show
This module provides a series of activities and scholarly readings to help colleagues articulate the key conceptual transformations that are fundamental within their discipline(s) and identify how best to teach these to their students.

Target Audience: Research Staff


TESTA workshop     show
Theory, evidence, strategies: learning from TESTA data about programme-wide assessment and feedback. Dr Tansy Jessop (Winchester University)

Target Audience: Staff


The Knowledge Exchange Challenge     show
This is an optional class in the Knowledge Exchange and Academic Practice pathways of the SPARK programme. It is also an elective class for those participants taking the Learning and Teaching in Higher Education pathway.

Target Audience: Academic & Research Staff


Understanding and Exploring Knowledge Exchange     show
This class provides the core learning experience for the Knowledge Exchange pathway of the SPARK programme and is also mandatory in the Academic Practice path.

Target Audience: Academic & Research Staff


Understanding External Organisations     show
This class represents a core element of the knowledge exchange experience and is a core experience demanded of professionals engaged within the area.

Target Audience: Academic & Research Staff


Using Big Data to Support Teaching and Learning at Strathclyde     show
This session’s aim is to disseminate the results of the learning analytics pilot projects by presenting the experiences of staff involved with the project and the results of each class’s evaluation. Based on this evaluation, the future direction of the project will also be presented.

Target Audience: All staff involved in or with an interest in teaching and learning


Vertically Integrated Project (VIP) Workshop     show
This workshop will provide an opportunity for colleagues to hear more about the recent developments with the Vertically Integrated Project (VIP) initiative at Georgia Institute of Technology.

Target Audience: All staff and students


VIP Networking Event     show
A networking and information event for the Vertically Integrated Projects. This event aims to foster greater connectivity and interaction between the current projects as well as raise awareness of the types of projects running.

Target Audience: Staff and Students


What is Gender-based Violence (GBV)?     show
The aim of this half day course is to highlight what gender-based violence is, why it happens and will focus on good practice responses

Target Audience: Those who work in a front-facing role with students or staff in a support or advisory role such as in University Residences, Estates and Security services, HR, Student Advice and Health Services, Student Advisors, OH, Academic Course Administration


Work Equipment & Machinery Safety     show
This course is aimed at academic and technical staff responsible for designing, modifying, purchasing and managing work equipment/machinery. It seeks to provide sufficient knowledge and skills to enable attendees to:

Target Audience: Staff and Post-Graduates


Working with students who are blind or visually impaired     show


Target Audience: Academic Staff, Front Line Professional Services Staff


Working with students who are d/Deaf or hearing impaired     show


Target Audience: Academic Staff, Front Line Professional Services Staff


Working with students with Asperger’s Syndrome     show
To raise awareness of the needs of students with Asperger’s Syndrome and the barriers they face in Higher Education. To consider practical strategies to meet the specific needs and make the learning and wider university environment accessible to students with Asperger’s syndrome.

Target Audience: Academic Staff, Front Line Professional Services Staff