Learning and Teaching Webinars
Webinars are a great way to engage with professional development. You can attend live or watch recordings at a later date. They can be delivered as a one-way presentation (passive learning) or as a two-way interactive session (active learning).
The Centre for Teaching Innovation and Quality (CTIQ) deliver a suite of learning and teaching webinars each quarter. Sessions are based on teaching practices that address immediate needs, advancing L&T knowledge and skills, and updates on enhancements to learning technologies.
Quarter 4 session details
Central webinars are facilitated using Adobe Connect on the Learning and Teaching Webinars 2021 Moodle site. This site houses:
- Registration – To register for a session, access the ‘Register for Sessions’ section. After registration, you will be sent an Outlook calendar invite for the webinars you have chosen.
- Session Attendance - To attend a registered webinar, access the ‘Attend Sessions and View Recordings’ section.
- Recordings – To view a recording of a previously delivered webinar, access the ‘Attend Sessions and View Recordings’ section.
|Thursday 07 October 2021|
|12.30 - 1.00||Using Moodle Reports to monitor online engagement||This session is an opportunity to see how Moodle: Reports can be used to view what students are engaging with and when. This webinar will cover functions that can be used to support individual student learning plans, as well as provide insight into the access and use of individual resources and activities for learning and teaching practices.|
|Thursday 14 October 2021|
|12.30 - 1.00||Setting up Moodle Question Banks in preparation for online tests||This session is to guide staff through the usage and set up of moodle question banks. This webinar will cover where the question bank is, setting up categories, naming conventions, and different question types.|
|Thursday 21 October 2021|
|12.30 - 1.00||Setting up your end of semester online quiz||This session will cover the basic steps required to set up your moodle quiz. It will include unpacking the different quiz settings, including timings, attempts allowed, question behaviour, adding questions to your quiz from the question bank, previewing quiz setup and other nuances around set up|
CTIQ Learning Designers work collaboratively with each School Dean and ADTQ to develop professional development specifically for the identified needs of academics within the School, a program or a course. For further information on webinars offered specifically for your School each semester, please access your School communication networks, or contact your CTIQ School Learning Designer.
- Contact the Centre for Teaching Innovation and Quality (CTIQ) on firstname.lastname@example.org