Epigeum Resources


The Centre for Learning& Teaching supports the site licence for the resources linked below

You can use them in whole or in part, as appropriate, for your own development or in your own teaching/training materials

Please contact clt@leedsbeckett.ac.uk if you need help or advice

University and College Teaching

Target Audience:
particularly suitable for new staff, graduate teaching assistants and part-time lecturers

Overview:
This set of nine two-hour courses (plus 180 hours of associated activities) was developed under the leadership of Professor Graham Gibbs (Oxford University). It explores and develops the skills needed to plan and deliver courses that will most effectively support student learning. The programme includes assignments that can contribute towards a Teaching Portfolio and possible accreditation.

1. Lecturing 1
2. Lecturing 2
3. Resources to enhance student learning
4. Making the most of discussion
5. Supervising projects and dissertations
6. Marking and giving feedback
7. Understanding the principles of course design
8. Developing your teaching
9. Teaching with patients

Learning Technologies Online

Target Audience:
Teaching staff who want to learn how to use learning technologies effectively in their teaching and e-learning teams who design online programmes.

Overview:
Leeds Beckett was one of 15 universities that worked with Epigeum to produce and trial these materials, which are equivalent to about 30 hours of workshops.
Developed under the leadership of Professor Diana Laurillard (Institute of Education, London), the materials cover all key areas of learning technologies.

1. Introduction to learning technologies
2. The effective use of VLEs
3. Internet based collaboration tools
4. Course planning
5. Developing course content
6. e-Assessment
7. Teaching with learning technologies

Further Epigeum Resources

Our Library and University Research Office also licence other Epigeum materials which may be of interest to you. These include:

Library:

  • Avoiding Plagiarism
  • English for Academic Studies
University Research Office:
  • Research Skills Master Programme
  • Supervising Doctoral Studies
Please contact the Research Office/ your Academic Librarian for more information

Service contacts

Mark de Groot

Learning Technologist Staff Development
23064
E-mail Mark de Groot

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