Events Calendar
Aug 21
12:00 - 13:30
E-learning Training for Professional Services staff - Launch Event
elearning

The e-learning team are pleased to launch a new suite of e-learning related training for Professional Services staff working in academic Schools. Based on feedback received from Schools, the new two-part training series is tailored to those working in roles that support academic administrative processes, and includes the following:

  • Basic Moodle functionality (e.g. editing, adding files, visibility, moving and deleting)

  • Creating and administering Turnitin inboxes/Moodle Assignments

  • Assignment archival and batch downloading

  • Enrolments and permissions

  • Moodle logs and reporting

  • Basic KentPlayer functionality (e.g. making recordings available, permissions, moving recordings and FAQs on functionality)

     

    The training is delivered in two parts, with one hands-on session at the beginning of the academic year and a follow-up session in the spring term. These sessions are designed so that the topics covered are synchronised with the activities being carried at that point in the academic year.

     

    To celebrate the launch of this new training suite, the e-learning team would like to invite all relevant Professional Services staff to this launch event.  This will be an opportunity to learn more about the training suite and to provide additional input before the training goes live in September. A second phase of this project is to develop online and self-paced training for Professional Services staff, and so this is an excellent opportunity to help inform how this might look.


To book a place please email cpdbookings@kent.ac.uk and specify any dietary requirements.


Location

UELT Seminar Room,
UELT Building,
University of Kent,
Canterbury,
Kent,
CT2 7NQ
United Kingdom
Map

Details

Open to relevant Professional Services staff,

Contact: Debbie Hayward
E: cpdbookings@kent.ac.uk
T: 01227 824170
UELT
Categories: Staff development
Tags: elearning

 

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