E-Learning

Technology Enhanced Learning


Staff training

Training is available on Kent's core technologies online and in person. We can provide the sessions below or bespoke training sessions on an ad-hoc basis within academic Schools or for groups of people. Contact your Faculty Learning Technologist if you'd like to arrange bespoke training.

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Moodle: Essentials

This session provides everything you need to know when using Moodle for the first time, and is recommended for new members of staff and existing staff who are new to Moodle.

Duration: 90 minutes
Prerequisite sessions: None

Moodle: Quizzes

This session offers an introduction to the use of Moodle quizzes for formative assessment. The session covers quiz setup and configuration, adding questions, delivering feedback, attempt management and quiz administration.

Duration: 90 minutes
Prerequisite sessions: Moodle: Essentials

Turnitin & GradeMark

These sessions deal with the creation and management of Turnitin assignments and the use of GradeMark with papers submitted through Turnitin.

Duration: 120 minutes
Prerequisite sessions: Moodle: Essentials

KentPlayer: Essentials

This session is designed for lecturers and support staff who wish to create video content for educational use. The following topics are covered: consent, copyright and accessibility, initial setup, creating and managing recordings.

Duration: 90 minutes
Prerequisite sessions: None

MyFolio

This session provides hands-on experience of the various tools in MyFolio, and provides guidance on supporting students in using MyFolio for personal development planning (PDP). This session is ideal for staff who wish to embed PDP and reflective practice into their teaching.

Duration: 90 minutes
Prerequisite sessions: None

Curriculum Development Team - Unit for the Enhancement of Learning & Teaching - © University of Kent

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Last Updated: 28/08/2015

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