We support digital teaching and learning through:
- use of our resources
- workshops and training
- individual engagement.
Staff can point students toward our resources to support their coursework (for example poster design, photographic/audio/video assignments, fieldwork, digitisation of objects).
Staff can also direct students to our How-To Guides for digital projects.
Where modules require students to have access to certain equipment, we can hold and loan equipment for that module.
Staff can also borrow equipment (including digital projectors, laptops, and others) to create course content to support their own teaching.
We are happy to run tailored workshops introducing cohorts to our equipment, focusing on the key elements required for an assignment.
We work with partners across the university to provide support for digital teaching and learning, and members of staff are available to help brainstorm and advise on how to include more digital elements within the content of courses.
We have worked with colleagues within the DTH to develop teaching and learning programmes that will enable students to acquire and employ a range of digital techniques. These will create innovative assessments and ensure students can access a range of future career opportunities.
Ross Wilson, Director of Liberal Arts