Digital Literacies Programme
Autumn/Winter 2019-2020

#UCEMDigiLit

Our digital literacy sessions are available to all employees of UCEM. Either register to attend in person (places are limited) or join online via Zoom.

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Tea and Tech

Do you have some questions about your Outlook set up? Need some advice using Moodle, Turnitin or Zoom? Want some information on the support available to you to develop your online teaching or media skills? We are offering individual face-to-face help at a once-a-month surgery, drop in on the following dates:

Tue 8 Oct 2019 | 15.30-16.30 | Heywood Room I Join via Zoom
Wed 13 Nov 2019 | 14.00-15.00 | Wells 2 | Join via Zoom
Thur 12 Dec 2019 |14.00-15.00 | Wells 3 I Join via Zoom

There’s no need to book, just come along and bring a cuppa.

Social Series: An introduction to...

Are you new to social media? Want to find out more about a certain channel? How is UCEM using social platforms to extend our reach? These brief sessions from Andrew Belt and the UCEM Media Production Team will provide hands-on introductions to a range of tools. Get set up with  an account, learn tips and tricks to get the most out of a platform, or understand what you need to be aware of in terms of sharing data or privacy settings. Bring your questions and digital devices and get started!

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Twitter

Wed 16 Oct 2019
11.00-12.00
Training Room
Book now

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YouTube

Wed 13 Nov 2019
12.30-13.30
Training Room

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Instagram

Tues 7 Jan 2020
13.00-14.00
Training Room

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LinkedIn

Wed 5 Feb 2020
10.00-11.00
Training Room

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Facebook

Wed 4 March 2020
13.00-14.00
Training Room

Inspire: Digital practices and engaging students online

Being ‘good’ with digital technology isn’t a useful concept as we all have different things we are trying to achieve. Similarity, being ‘digitally literate’ is not necessarily about being able to use all the latest software and online platforms. Invited speaker, David White, proposes that in an educational context the question should be ‘how do we want to engage with our students to help them learn?’. In this session we will map our own digital skills and practices to start a discussion about what modes-of-engagement we might value and to explore the students digital experience of the education we provide.

Thur 7 Nov 2020 |10.00-13.00 | Wells 1 Book Now or Join via Zoom

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Developing your online presence: Introductory workshop

Creating an online presence can open up your practice, research and teaching to a global audience and is now essential in promoting yourself professionally to the outside world. Facilitated by Kate Lindsay, this workshop offers a comprehensive introduction to online presence and provides a supported environment for you to plan and create your own strategy

Thur 28 Nov 2020 | 14.00-15.30 | Training Room  Book Now or Join via Zoom

Accessibility Awareness Raising Workshops

If you are someone who have heard the word “accessibility” and have been thinking what is accessibility? why is it so important? where can I learn about accessibility? Please take this opportunity to learn more about accessibility and how digital documents you create can be made accessible by following good practice. Led by Tharindu Liyanagunawardena these workshops will run every two months.

Mon 2 Dec 2019 | 10.00-12.00 | Training Room Book now
Wed 29 Jan 2020 |10.00-12.00 | Training Room Book now
Wed 11 Mar 2020 | 10.00-12.00 | Training Room Book now