The Informatics Teaching Festival is a series of events aimed at addressing some of the issues raised by moving much of our learning and teaching online in September 2020.
The sessions will run in Collaborate and the link is the same – no matter which event(s) you wish to attend. An email will be sent to all Informatics staff nearer the time with the Guest link.
Sessions will be recorded and links to the recordings will be posted here.
|Topic and links to recordings||Speaker||Moderator||Date/Time||Slides|
|Opening/Welcome||Stuart Anderson||Judy Robertson||Monday 1 June. 10am.||Slides|
|Perspectives on online teaching from the Open University||Derek Jones||Judy Robertson||Tuesday 2 June. 10am.||Slides|
|Learning Design – The ABC toolkit||Fiona Hale||Paul Patras||Tuesday 2 June. 4pm.||Slides|
|Teaching for inclusion – what can we all do to support women students?||Judy Robertson and Fiona McNeill||Judy Robertson||Wednesday 3 June. 10am.||Slides|
|Tools showcase – colleagues demonstrate their favourite teaching tools||Aurora Constantin||Alex Burford||Wednesday 3 June. 4pm.|
|“Teaching Hour: How do I encourage community / peer interaction online?”||Judy Robertson and Michael Gallagher||Judy Robertson||Thursday 4 June. 11am.||Graphic|
|Ethics and social responsibility in Informatics teaching||Shannon Valor, James Garforth||Stuart Anderson||Friday 5 June. 10am.||Slides|
|Creating Accessible Materials
|Elizabeth McCann on visual impairments.
Audrey Cameron on hearing impairments.
|Setting up library resources online||Academic Librarian||Pre-recorded||Pre-recorded|
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Thanks for putting all this online.
More staff will have watched these than you think. The adblocker that I use blocks Kaltura’s tracking scripts, so the view count doesn’t increment when I watch these videos.
I also block google analytics, which is tracking visitor numbers on this blog…
Adblocker use amongst Informaticians is probably quite high!