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This webinar explores how to share resources that you have developed as open educational resources (OER) in order to facilitate sharing and reuse by others.

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This online event held on 7 May 2020 takes place at a time of unprecedented global challenge in which the importance of confident, supported engagement with digital technology has become clear to all.

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The National Forum’s ‘Embedding Data Use for Supporting Students’ webinar took place on Tuesday 28 April 2020. It is the third in an ongoing National Forum webinar series that looks at effective practices for using data to support students.

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Guide for teams who are interested in applying for the DELTA Award

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Supporting those who Teach and Learn in the Context of COVID-19 Coronavirus

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Supporting those who Teach and Learn in the Context of COVID-19 Coronavirus

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Supporting Students in the Context of COVID-19 Coronavirus

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In support of our higher education community, and to help everyone work together, we have created a spreadsheet of links to useful online teaching resources. This is an interactive resource and we welcome additions that you think may be useful to your colleagues across the sector. We are also curating other useful resources for the list – you can find these on the second tab of the spreadsheet.

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Case Study: Dr Hazel Farrell of Waterford Institute of Technology gives an overview of how she uses low stakes, weekly quizzes to inform her teaching practice and identify students that may be experiencing difficulty

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Case Study: Dr Cormac Quigley and Dr Etain Kiely of Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology show how they are using everyday tools to enable at-scale, personalised feedback to large student cohorts

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This report discusses the views of final year students and recent graduates who attended a TCD led, multi-institutional one-day workshop on what student success means to them, and what they identified as the facilitators of and barriers to achieving that success.

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Recording of the webinar ‘Learning Analytics: Innovative Practices’ from November 2019, including brief, thought-provoking presentations on maximising the power of data for students, staff who teach and institutions. Presentations from WIT, DCU and from the Erasmus+ OFLA (Onwards from Learning Analytics) project.

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A report commissioned by the steering committee of the “Technology Enhanced Assessment Methods (TEAM) in science & health practical settings”

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This report discusses the major policies and initiatives through which public authorities in 28 European higher education systems support the enhancement of learning and teaching. It is a follow up to Trends 2018.

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This webinar explores innovative approaches to harnessing data, and the growing recognition of its potential to support whole-of-institution strategies for student success.

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A National Forum webinar “Introduction to Open Educational Resources (OER) & Open Licensing” took place on 11 June 2019. The webinar provided an overview of open licensing using Creative Commons licenses and featured the published resource, the National Forum Open Licensing Toolkit (itself an OER).

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DCU’s Dr Brian Nolan on Assessment

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Graham Gibbs on Student Engagement explained by Sally Brown

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A number of ‘Focus On’ document resources have been created as part of the Crannóg project. These resources curate existing materials into short “what you need to know”-style briefs on key topics in Leading in Teaching and Learning.

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A number of ‘Focus On’ document resources have been created as part of the Crannóg project. These resources curate existing materials into short “what you need to know”-style briefs on key topics in Leading in Teaching and Learning.

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A number of ‘Focus On’ document resources have been created as part of the Crannóg project. These resources curate existing materials into short “what you need to know”-style briefs on key topics in Leading in Teaching and Learning.

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A number of ‘Focus On’ document resources have been created as part of the Crannóg project. These resources curate existing materials into short “what you need to know”-style briefs on key topics in Leading in Teaching and Learning.

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A number of ‘Focus On’ document resources have been created as part of the Crannóg project. These resources curate existing materials into short “what you need to know”-style briefs on key topics in Leading in Teaching and Learning.

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A number of ‘Focus On’ document resources have been created as part of the Crannóg project. These resources curate existing materials into short “what you need to know”-style briefs on key topics in Leading in Teaching and Learning.

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Naomi Winstone, of the University of Surrey, sharedin aninterviewsome of her work on Feedback to Students on their learning.

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A number of ‘Focus On’ document resources have been created as part of the Crannóg project. These resources curate existing materials into short “what you need to know”-style briefs on key topics in Leading in Teaching and Learning.

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This project focuses on aspects of leadership of teaching & learning, and the building of digital capacity/capability.

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L2L is a project funded by the National Forum looking at the Professional Development Framework for all Staff who Teach in Higher Education through the lens of Library staff to see if it meets our professional development needs.

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Recognising that there is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to the effective use of new digital technologies for teaching and learning, the What Works & Why project aims to build digital literacy and engagement for students and teachers by exploring the question: “What works and why?”