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Category: <span>Resources</span>

Guidance on creating safe and inclusive learning spaces

Reading Time: < 1 minute Further to feedback from colleagues that they would benefit from ideas on how to provide effective interventions when witnessing poor online behaviours, we have developed a toolkit with colleagues from the Digital Skills team, Careers Service and ART Students. You can access the toolkit via the Professional Development for Student …

Information Services: Learning Technology Training

Reading Time: < 1 minute Find out how we can help you make the most of technologies for learning, teaching and assessment. Our team provide specialist support and guidance including training, pedagogy-focussed workshops, and engagement events. LTW offer a guidance and consultancy service so if the training you are looking for is not available or you …

Edinburgh Hybrid Teaching Exchange November 2020 Digest

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Hybrid Teaching Exchange is a University of Edinburgh website where colleagues can share work in progress, learning, insights, ideas, plans and resources to support hybrid teaching for 2020/21.  The aim of these email digests is to provide an overview of the site and highlight new and existing content that we hope …

Media Production Studios Experience

Reading Time: < 1 minute In this post, Nikki Moran, Reid School of Music describes her experience of using the University’s media recording services and offers advice for a successful session… Media Production Studios Experience Details of the Media Production Studios are available via our Tools and Technical Resources page — Nov 16, 2020

Good Mental Health and Wellbeing Practices

Reading Time: < 1 minute In this post, Joanna Fairweather an HR Partner in the Learning and Organisation Development Team, Human Resources talks about how to raise awareness of mental health and wellbeing, how to promote good mental health and wellbeing practices, and highlights the support available from the University of Edinburgh… Good Mental Health …

Hybrid Teaching: Guiding Principles and Core Values

Reading Time: 3 minutes These guiding principles and core values for hybrid teaching have been developed to try to find a common thread in hybrid teaching models, and to show that it is not so different to our usual teaching values. This helps to ensure the continuity of our professional practice in teaching. This resource was developed from a …

Digital and Online Teaching – Support to Get Started

Reading Time: 3 minutes As we look ahead to the remainder of semester 1 and semester 2 it is clear that we will need to continue to do a lot of teaching digitally and online.  Large and growing numbers of colleagues are involved and getting ready to be involved in teaching online, some for …

Edinburgh Hybrid Teaching Exchange October 2020 Digest

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Hybrid Teaching Exchange was launched in early June 2020.  It is a University of Edinburgh website where colleagues can share work in progress, learning, insights, ideas, plans and resources to support hybrid teaching for 2020/21. We now have over 100 contributions from colleagues and students across the institution and beyond. The aim …

IAD Support for Hybrid Teaching

Reading Time: < 1 minute This page provides an overview of the support available from the IAD for hybrid teaching. The information provided here will complement wider support for teaching continuity, details available from the Teaching Continuity webpages.   Sep 24, 2020

Health & Wellbeing

Reading Time: < 1 minute This website provides an accessible site from which staff can access a variety of information on health and wellbeing issues. The majority of this information already exists on websites across the University but this site will hopefully bring relevant information together, making it easier to find.     Image …


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