This section provides information to enhance your digital teaching practice in alignment with wider university strategic aims and objectives, for example, the university Teaching and Learning Strategy and Portfolio Review Learning Design Process.
Below, you can browse pedagogical guidance and access links to functional support for a variety of digitally flexible approaches to teaching and learning.
Getting started with digital practice in teaching and learning
- How can I support my adoption of digital teaching practices?
- Common teaching scenarios – how can technology help?
- What technologies should I use?
Supporting students to engage with digitally flexible teaching and learning
- How do I engage students with digital teaching practices?
- How do I ensure my digital teaching practice is accessible and inclusive?
- Guidance for academic tutors
*Consider that access to technology and connectivity are not always guaranteed; always think about where your students are accessing your teaching from and what access to technology they might have. Information for staff delivering teaching to students in China (NUIST, Guangdong, BIT).
Essential toolkits for digital teaching & learning
- How do I incorporate Digital Learning Activities into my teaching?
- How do I make best use of Learning Capture (for example, screencasts and live lecture recordings?)
- What is best practice when using Live Online Sessions in teaching and learning?
- How do I design an effective Blackboard module?
* If you are considering a scenario where teaching takes place at the same time for students who are physically present in the classroom with the tutor, and for students who join the class remotely via a web platform such as Blackboard Collaborate or Microsoft Teams.teaching, please see Hybrid Teaching guidance.
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TEL help & support
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