The workshop is aimed at anyone interested in using online and free educational resources to enhance their teaching material.
What staff need(s) will the workshop meet?
- Are you looking for new and exciting online resources to use in your teaching, especially as we move towards Waterside?
- Do you have any concerns over the copyright of using online resources or third-party material in your own teaching material?
- Do you want to know where you can find quality open educational resources (OERs), freely available online, which you can use and adapt for your course?
- Do you want to know how you can embed these resources into your teaching?
Through this you will...
This is a 2.5-hour workshop which will give you ideas to refresh the materials you use for teaching. The workshop is aimed at anyone interested in using online and free educational resources to enhance their teaching material.
During the workshop, you’ll be shown examples of common copyright issues in teaching material. The concept of OER and how to incorporate them into teaching will be introduced. You will also have the opportunity to search OERs in relevant repositories which you can go away and use and adapt for your teaching.
Supporting HEA Fellowship
D1, D2 and D3
Who would benefit from this workshop
All Learning and Teaching staff (Programme & Module Leaders, lecturers, ALs).
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In this workshop you will focus on Open Educational Resources that you can build into the courses that you teach and the work you design for students to do.
This focus on work with OERs draws heavily on knowledge appropriate to the discipline or area in which you work, evaluating their appropriateness for the topic and level of study for which they are to be used.
You will develop a deeper understanding of the copyright issues in their teaching material, recognizing the implications of it for professional practice.
The focus on copyright issues reminds us that Higher Education does not exist in a vacuum and we need to be aware of the implications of external rules and regulations. The evaluation of OERs will incorporate judgement as to their relevance for the professional context.
Supporting HEA fellowship
|D1 - Associate Fellow of the HEA||Staff with at least 1 year teaching/support experience. Typically these are staff who do some teaching/student support but not as the main element of their role, such as
|D2 - Fellow of the HEA||
Staff for whom teaching or learning support is a significant element of their role such as staff with experience as
|D3 - Senior Fellow of the HEA||
Experienced HE teaching staff able to demonstrate sustained impact & influence on the L&T practice of others over a number of years, through