We offer a range of in-person and online workshops for staff that outline both the practical components and pedagogy of educational technologies and their benefits. We invite technology champions from departments across the campus to share their knowledge and experiences with different technological tools.
We enjoy the discussions and debates that often arise in our workshop spaces as we all strive to learn from each other and continue to be innovative in the space of learning and teaching.
10am, 3rd May - TELT Using Padlet for critical discussions
1.5 hour workshop on strategies for enhancing critical thinking during online discussions by using the different features of Padlet.
1pm, 3rd May - TELT Using Microsoft Teams as a Collaborative Learning Space
A 1.5 hour introductory workshop for those who are new to Microsoft Teams.
9:30am, 8th June - Learning Cafe - Artificial Intelligence - Cases and Examples in Teaching and Learning
We invite staff to share and discuss cases where they have used, or are considering using, AI in their teaching. Additionally, we will broadly explore the possible challenges of using AI in teaching and the strategies that can be implemented to mitigate these challenges. This café is primarily meant for staff, but postgraduate students are also welcome to join us.
9:30am, 26th June - Learning Cafe - Artificial Intelligence - Cases in Teaching and Learning in Business Management
The introduction of ChatGPT in 2022 has sparked concerns regarding its potential misuse by students for academic misconduct. However, it is essential to acknowledge the untapped and under-discussed potentials that ChatGPT offers in teaching. In this session, we will share cases and examples of how ChatGPT is currently being used to teach papers in Business and Management.
Moreover, we will explore the potential challenges associated with integrating AI in teaching and the strategies that can be implemented to mitigate these challenges effectively. While this café primarily caters to staff members, we extend a warm welcome to postgraduate students who are interested in joining us.
The session will be facilitated by Nathalie Wierdak and Lynnaire Sheridan (Business and Management), and Ben Daniel (Higher Education Development Centre).
EdTech workshops are totally brilliant for garnering new ideas, skills and tips for teaching tutorials or laboratories.Philip Morrison, Computing and Physics Teacher at Pathway and English Language Centre,
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