Developing learning materials
Whether creating new learning materials or updating old ones, good design, accessibility and appropriate pedagogy are all important considerations, as well as the proper use and attribution of third-party materials
This section includes articles on learning design, use of different media, accessibility and inclusivity, copyright, collaboration in creating learning materials, and some of the tools you may use for these things.
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In preparation for the new academic year, we are both running and pulling together various training activities to help you get ready for teaching.
These free online courses are designed to help you understand the benefits of blended learning and how to make more effective use of technology to support your learners.
A resource to help you implement UWE’s four principles of learning design.
Learn which tools can help you implement Laurillard’s six learning types online.
Plan your lessons using a variety of activities to help your students learn.
Interactive resources to help you make your Blackboard content more accessible, including step-by-step guides for Word and PowerPoint.
Case study on flipped learning and using desktop recording to provide teaching materials, by Senior Research Fellow Juliet Jain.
For information on the different licences available, exceptions and examples of using copyright content in your teaching material and recordings.
Use the ‘Add a YouTube video’ button to safely, and seamlessly, include YouTube content in your learning resource.
If you have teaching and learning material in an online topic, Xerte offers you a great way to republish it.
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
A tool for attributing Flickr images.