Helpful advice and resources on including e-assessment in your courses if you are a lecturer and resources to help you improve your mathematical skills if you are a student.
This implementation guide steers you through the steps needed to incorporate e-assessment in your own modules as well as a catalogue of resources
The core aim of this website is to support educators in social policy and the social professions to enhance their digital skills, thereby facilitating the development of technology-enhanced teaching and learning practices within our disciplines.
At the core of the project, was the recruitment of staff as Digital Champions in each of the partner institutes. These staff have become champions for the improvement of digital literacy skills within their academic discipline, their department and ultimately across the Southern Cluster. The project documents the journey these champions took and provides a map for others who wish to follow in their footsteps.
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.
TELU is a collection of free online courses, specifically designed to help educators to get the most out of technology, which can support and enhance teaching and learning.
It’s a natural response to the rapidly growing complexity of technology, and of learning, maintained by teachers to make sure the best, most popular content is always just a click away.
TELU features over 150 courses, each designed by experienced educators and designers and curated into easy-to-use, meaningful channels.
The SPEEDS project sought to expand social policy educators’ digital capacities and improve their confidence in integrating digital skills into curricula. Social policy educators were partnered with learning technologists within each of the partner institutions as they implemented the National Professional Development Framework, with a particular focus on enhancing digital skills. A spiky profile tool was developed to map the digital skills of participating educators, and group and individual training was provided as needed. Educators were transformed into ‘Digital Champions’ whose journeys were documented throughout the process. This provided a map for others who wish to follow in their footsteps.
This institutional approach…
…is based in Cork Institute of Technology.
…was developed in-house.
…involved the creation of a dashboard which continuously gathers a range of data to inform institutional decision making.
…has been shown to have considerable strategic value.