Since March 2020 the Centre for Learning & Teaching (CLT) has been hosting regular virtual-drop ins for staff. Each session focuses on key issues and topics around learning, teaching and online technologies to enhance the delivery of your course. Below are short excerpts taken from previous sessions.
LOIL and Learner Interaction
Abby Osborne, Curriculum Development Officer (CLT), discusses the relationship between content delivery and student interaction during LOIL sessions.
LOIL and types of learning
Dr Rob Eaton, Curriculum Development Manager, highlights taking a course-wide approach as part of the Bath Blend and where LOIL sessions fit into the big picture.
Encouraging engagement in LOIL sessions
Rachel Applegate, Learning Technologist (TEL), presents a number of tips and tools to encourage engagement and interaction before, during and after a LOIL session.
Tips for using Zoom/Teams for LOIL sessions
Dr Joshua Lim, Learning Technologist (TEL), outlines good practise when using Zoom/Teams for LOIL sessions to minimise issues and encourage safe spaces. These include tips for waiting rooms, meeting settings and in-meeting controls.
Tips for maintaining safe spaces online
Dr Briony Frost, Curriculum Development Officer (CLT), outlines tips for creating safe spaces online. Briony discusses how to pre-empt, prevent and report issues such that could take place when teaching online.
Tips for maintaining social spaces online
Abby Osborne, Curriculum Development Officer (CLT), discusses how social spaces have shifted online after 'losing' our campus during the period of Covid-disruption.
Tips for LOIL sessions - inclusive learners
Dr Briony Frost, Curriculum Development Officer (CLT), shares 10 tips for being an inclusive learner. These include: Time-keeping etiquette, using the chat function in meetings, and making contributions to online spaces.