Register now for the Digital Learning Webinar Series, six short online seminars about digital learning at Ulster. These aim to provide staff with the opportunity to find out about a range of digital learning topics, in response to student expectations and educational priorities. Further information and registration details below.
Turnitin Feedback Studio
Turnitin provides online submission, marking, feedback (reusable comments, audio, rubric, written) and a similarity report. This session details recent updates to the system and how this will affect Ulster staff and students.
Wednesday 8 November, 2pm – 2.30pm, Online
Student digital experience at Ulster
Key findings from the Jisc Student tracker survey - the student voice with regard to experiences and expectations of technology. The session includes key trends and possible actions.
Wednesday 15 November, 2pm – 2.30pm, Online
Blackboard Collaborate Ultra
Showcase of features and possible uses of Collaborate Ultra, Ulster’s new virtual classroom tool, which provides real-time communication using audio, video, interactive whiteboard, screen and application sharing and interactive polling.
Wednesday 22 November, 2pm – 2.30pm, Online
Curriculum Management System (CMS)
The CMS provides programme and module related information at Ulster. This session looks at how to use the system effectively to support the curriculum design process. It is suitable for academic and administration staff.
Wednesday 29 November, 2pm – 2.30pm, Online
Apps to support learning
Ulster students use a range of apps to support their learning. This session explores some of the most commonly used student apps, including the Blackboard app, and also looks at apps that help staff.
Wednesday 6 December, 2pm – 2.30pm, Online
Interactive digital technologies
Ulster students like interactive digital technology for learning content and activities. This session explores possible ways to achieve this at Ulster.
Wednesday 13 December, 2pm – 2.30pm, Online
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For further information, contact DigitalLearning@ulster.ac.uk.