Online learning

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Online learning @KIS: Do this, not this!


But before you get carried away with all of this online learning, take a read of this:
Please do a bad job of putting your courses online.
It might help put your efforts into context!

And Don't forget the human side of homeworking


Learning technology: a handbook - e-book on VLeBooks platform

Linked in learning - Rose Bruford College's own linked-in learning pages

Acting with dyslexia / Spotlight

Advice for those about to teach online – Tony Bates

Answers to questions about teaching online - Sage

CILT online teaching portal – resources for teaching online

Considerations for moving your course online (City University)

Continuity plans (& upcoming course on 23rd March) from National Institute for Digital Learning at DCU

Creating an Online Class or Conference – Quick Tech Guide

Crowdsourcing: Teaching Online with Care –   Maha Bali and Mia Zamora

Engaging online students (resource list from McQuarrie University)

Epigeum, courses on Teaching Online and Blended Learning freely available until the end of May. For more information, please visit here.

Guide to managing your (newly) remote workers - Harvard Business Review

McGraw Hill: Move your course online help being offered to those wanting/needing to move their courses online.

Novoresume: 2020 complete guide to remote work - tips and techniques for working from home

Online educator – MOOC from the OU and FutureLearn

Practical Teaching with Technology MOOC from University of London

QAA Guidance and Support - particularly document on Practice & Lab-based Assessment

Studio teaching - during COVID19 - from the Australian Council of Art & Design Schools

Teaching performing arts during the pandemic - from HowlRound Theatre Commons

Thread from Sean Michael Morris

University of Windsor open page – educators talking about the tools they use

Teaching & learning where Internet is restricted - information and advice put together by LSE.

UCU guidance on working from home and teaching online

UNESCO online learning solutions

USITT - are now offering an array of online technical theatre resources in their Teaching Archive

World Lecture Project - A freely accessible online platform for delivering academic videos from faculties worldwide. As well as accessing lectures users can upload, embed and link content.

- tutorials on the lighting software  (from our own James Simpson)


Kortext 

Offering (the “Free Student eTextbook Programme” or “FSTP”).
Academic staff can also access free personal eTextbook copies to support online teaching by contacting support@kortext.com with the book information (author, title, edition, ISBN) and the module information (module code and title).

Bloomsbury  
Will be sharing resources and ideas for online learning and remote working on their Twitter and Facebook feeds. There will be resources on #TeacherTuesdays and #TeacherThursdays via Twitter @BlomsburyEd and Facebook at BloomsburyEducation and they will be sharing theatre and drama resources via Twitter @MethuenDrama.  

Sage  
Resources to support online learning.
Sage is not particularly strong in the area of the performing arts, but you are welcome to explore what is on offer and if you need the Library to help set up access we are happy to do so.

C&T Prospero Digital
C&T has been developing its own theatre-based Online Distance learning platform, Prospero.digital.  They are currently taking steps to make Prospero as accessible as possible and have introduced new Prospero licenses, one for Individual users and another ‘Pro’ package designed for institutional use so universities, schools and cultural organisations can make and share their own online interactive resources with their students and participants. They call these ‘Producer’ accounts. The Individual account will be £4.99 a month and the new Pro license will be £795 per year, reduced from the previous Pro package prices of £3-£5K.

Might it be worth someone trying it for a month or so to see what it offers - the Library could cover that cost for you if you wish, before deciding whether it is something of benefit to the College in the long term?

 

Spreadsheet of resources from Northampton University 
Some are specific to Northampton, others are already included in the list above.





  


Last modified: Wednesday, 23 September 2020, 3:32 PM