Share this page What do we mean? Alternative Formats – content accessible in a different format from the original. Examples are audio, large print, Braille files. Assistive Technology – specialist IT equipment and software to help increase productivity and improve
A selection of ideas for good practice in learning and teaching as highlighted and supported by feedback from students.
Top ten tips for encouraging good online etiquette with your students and supporting the needs of all learners across the cohort.
Share this page What do we mean? IPT: to enable all students to engage with in-person activity should they wish to, there should be two ‘pathways’ for delivery: On campus pathway: Students are physically present for a 4hr scheduled session. Online
Guidance and ideas to ensure that in-person teaching has pedagogic sense and adds value to students’ education.
Microsoft Teams is a chat-based collaboration platform with document sharing, online meetings, and application integration.
Office 365 is a Microsoft subscription service that includes access to Office applications and online productivity services.
Consistency, Accessibility, Scaffolding, Engagement – or CASE for short – is our model for thinking about the key themes of effective blended delivery.
Share this page What do we mean? Course Contact = a nominated staff member to act as the main contact for the Course Moodle Course Page = a landing page for the entire course (either all years groups, or per
Moodle is a central tool in our delivery of blended learning and teaching and it is vital that all students are able to access content. Collaboration between those who deliver and those who support learning and teaching activity is vital to ensure that courses are well designed and engaging for all