For teaching staff who have joined the Faculty recently, or existing staff who’d like a reminder…
A resource to help you implement UWE’s four principles of learning design.
Some instructions for your students on using PowerPoint to record if they are unable to use Kaltura.
Understand how your students can make use of the tools in Panopto to get more from your video recordings by adding bookmarks, taking notes and discussing with classmates.
We have pulled together a range of resources to help staff create accessible content for Blackboard sites.
Guidance material from the LIU for using Blackboard Collaborate Ultra to deliver webinars (live lectures and lessons delivered virtually).
Learn more about current feedback practices using our guide to effective feedback in HE.
A guide to recording live student presentations for assessment purposes.
Xerte is an open-source browser-based tool that allows educators to develop rich, interactive and highly accessible content quickly and easily and to seamlessly publish that content online
A Blackboard Test Course can be useful. Read on for more information.
This is an example of a FET Blackboard programme site.
Easy-to-follow, step-by-step, visual guidance which will only take a few minutes of your time to follow.
If you have teaching and learning material lying dormant in an online topic, Xerte offers you a great way to give this content new life.
Knowing who to contact if you experience any technical difficulties in the classroom can save you considerable time and minimise any disruption to teaching.
So you have an idea, process or concept that you want to get across to your students but it isn’t physically possible to demonstrate it in the classroom and just talking to them about it doesn’t do it justice…
Many courses in our faculty involve students using equipment in laboratories and studios – from simple scalpels to much more complex items.
LinkedIn Learning has dozens of courses covering the subjects taught in FET, so you’ll probably find material to supplement the modules you teach
OERs are freely available, normally digital assets for research, education and assessment – anything from whole lectures or even courses to images, pictures, software, techniques, sound or films
Bring a timeline of dates to life with images, videos, maps and web pages
Educational Resources for the Built Environment (ERBE) produces unique and highly respected educational resources for academic and professional use. ERBE incorporates the Video Project and the Construction Website.
The Faculty of Environment and Technology is now formally offering in-house film production across all departments.
Flickr.com has literally millions of images – and many Flickr users have chosen to offer their work under a Creative Commons license, which means you are free to use the…
I’ve been meaning to write an article about the benefits of Social Media in learning for a long time…