Joe Berry from HEFi gives his 5 top tips to tweak your online delivery next semester.
Dr Daniel Fulton from MDS considers formative use of Turnitin reports for academic writing skills development.
Lindsey Compton from Biosciences discusses how she has been using lecture watch parties as a synchronous companion to asynchronous discussion boards.
Jamie Morris from HEFi discusses the HEFi-produced netiquette guidance for staff and students, to help shape expectations around online teaching and learning.
Ian Heptinstall discusses running virtual office hours using an online booking system.
The Business School's Hazel Westwood shares ideas on how to use video to enrich teaching, learning and assessment - particularly useful to staff looking for ways to increase student engagement in bi-modal courses.
Erin Sullivan was working on a project investigating enrichment opportunities for distance learners when Covid-19 hit and suddenly all students became distance learners. She shares her findings in this MicroCPD.
Dr Teresa Thomas discusses good practice in assessment design to ensure academic integrity, which is particularly important in remote online assessments.
Lisa Coulson from HEFi discusses changes to assessment practices required by the Framework for Educational Resilience, and introduces resources that can help you decide how best to assess your students this year.
Sarah King reflects on the human side of teaching in a pandemic, and highlights HEFi resources that can help staff to be authentic and inclusive in their teaching practice.
Joe Berry discusses HEFi support for bi-modal teaching.
Gabi Witthaus and Melanie Roxby-Mackey discuss how to engage students via synchronous and asynchronous interaction, and share their top tips for running engaging online seminars and discussion boards respectively.
In this MiniCPD, Dr Sarah-Jane Fenton discusses using PebblePad as a tool for portfolio-based assessment.
Dr Clare Ray introduces the concept of the 'flipped classroom' and how this can be used in a bi-modal teaching context.
Dr Sarah Montano from Birmingham Business School gives advice on how to build a bi-modal module.
Dr Sarah Hall from the School of Education shares her top tips for online teaching of seminars, tutorials and small groups.
The HEFi Canvas "Remote Teaching Resource" is now published and available for staff to self-enrol, to support colleagues to design and deliver teaching and assessment online.
Get support for your transition to online teaching through these specially created resources for colleagues in LES and MDS.
As we move to supporting students online in response to COVID-19, HEFi are exploring ways to support Senior Tutors and Personal Academic Tutors working with tutees remotely. We will share resources and updates here.
For the next few weeks this part of the HEFi website will be dedicated to support for the Education Basic Delivery Framework and will be updated with information and resources from the University, HEFi and the sector.