A TEL checklist to support the effective use of digital technology for the improvement of teaching and learning.
Share this page What do we mean? IPL: In-person learning (the term generally used for a face-to-face, on campus session) Further information Top tips and ideas for teaching in-person sessions Re:View FAQs Teaching Capture Policy Support for Hybrid We do
H5P H5P allows you to create interactive content such as presentations, videos and other multimedia, questions, quizzes, games and more without the need to learn programming. Create H5P packages: a collection of content and activities with a clear educational purpose. Xerte Xerte
Share this page What do we mean? LOIL – Live Online Interactive Learning, an important part of the Bath Blend. Assistive Technology – specialist IT equipment and software to help increase productivity and improve access to technology. D/HOH – Deaf
A selection of ideas for good practice in learning and teaching as highlighted and supported by feedback from students.
Find top tips and help guides compiled by your instructional design team to support you with blended teaching
Share this page What do we mean? LOIL – Live Online Interactive Learning an important part of the Bath Blend. Further information More guidance about Live Online Interactive Learning Facilitating Engaging and Effective Online Discussions Facilitating your online session Activate
Share this page Further information Bath Blend home page Bath Blend Essentials – quick guides to help introduce you to key aspects of online and blended learning and teaching. Sharing our experiences of blended learning New resources and guidance for
In addition to engaging learners through active discussion and immediate feedback, synchronous activities can also allow for more in depth exploration of ideas and concepts.
‘Asynchronous learning’ refers to forms of learning and teaching that place flexibly online and do not require learners and/or tutors to be online simultaneously.