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  • ELEX 01: Getting Started with Moodle

    This course is aimed at staff who would like to learn how to use Moodle, UCL's Virtual Learning Environment. It provides an introduction to Moodle and the basic skills required to design a course in Moodle. If you have used Moodle before, you are welcome to complete the 'Administering your Moodle course' training, which can be found at: https://moodle-1819.ucl.ac.uk/enrol/index.php?id=9682
    Eligibility: Please note that courses may be subject to cancellation if bookings for that date are insufficient to run the course effectively. In these cases, we will try to give you as much notice as possible and you will not be charged. Please contact ele@ucl.ac.uk if you have any questions regarding training.
    Event dates:
    26-Sep-19 to 26-Sep-19
    1400 to 1700
    01-Oct-19 to 01-Oct-19
    1400 to 1700
    03-Oct-19 to 03-Oct-19
    1000 to 1300
    10-Oct-19 to 10-Oct-19
    1000 to 1300
    17-Oct-19 to 17-Oct-19
    1400 to 1700
    14-Nov-19 to 14-Nov-19
    1000 to 1300
    28-Nov-19 to 28-Nov-19
    1000 to 1300
    05-Dec-19 to 05-Dec-19
    1400 to 1700
    10-Dec-19 to 10-Dec-19
    1000 to 1300
  • ELEX 02: An Introduction to Lecturecast

    Most of UCL's larger centrally bookable lecture spaces are now equipped with Lecture recording systems (see http://www.ucl.ac.uk/ lecturecast for more information). These facilities allow Tutors to book recording of lectures and make them available via the web. These can provide an excellent resource to check students' understanding of content during their lectures and revise towards their exams. This course covers the practical aspects of the recording and publishing cycle and will be useful to tutors who have already booked recordings as well as those who want to to learn more about the service. For detailed guidance on how to use the system, please see: https://wiki.ucl.ac.uk/x/ZBhiAQ
    Event dates:
    02-Oct-19 to 02-Oct-19
    1000 to 1200
    16-Oct-19 to 16-Oct-19
    1000 to 1200
    06-Nov-19 to 06-Nov-19
    1000 to 1200
    20-Nov-19 to 20-Nov-19
    1000 to 1200
    04-Dec-19 to 04-Dec-19
    1000 to 1200
  • ELEX 03: Overview of Peermark

    This course is aimed at staff who would like an overview of Turnitin's new Peermark functionality. This course covers practical aspects of the software, and will be useful to course admins and tutors who are already familiar with Turnitin.
    There are no future events for this course listed.
  • ELEX 04: Lecturecast - dynamic teaching using the Active Learning Platform tools

    Lecturecast provides a powerful suite of tools to facilitate student engagement. These tools can be used before, during and after an event even if no recording is taking place. This course, aimed at teaching staff, is designed to give participants hands on experience of these tools and how their use can benefit both staff and students. The nature of the course requires a minimum number of participants to run successfully and the organisers reserve the right to cancel sessions numbers are too small.
    Event dates:
    25-Sep-19 to 25-Sep-19
    1400 to 1600
    09-Oct-19 to 09-Oct-19
    1400 to 1600
    23-Oct-19 to 23-Oct-19
    1400 to 1600
    13-Nov-19 to 13-Nov-19
    1400 to 1600
    27-Nov-19 to 27-Nov-19
    1400 to 1600
    11-Dec-19 to 11-Dec-19
    1400 to 1600
  • ELEX 05: Hands on with Turnitin Assignment

    This hands-on session focuses on giving and receiving feedback through Turnitin Assignment. From a staff and student perspective you will experience the process of submitting, marking, returning marks, engaging with feedback and managing records. This course is applicable to Tutors and Course Administrators who are new to online marking, and those who need to refresh their knowledge.
    There are no future events for this course listed.
  • ELEX 06: Hands on with Moodle Assignment

    This hands-on session focuses on giving and receiving feedback through Moodle Assignment. From a staff and student perspective you will experience the process of submitting, marking, returning marks, engaging with feedback and managing records. This course is applicable to Tutors and Course Administrators who are new to online marking, and those who need to refresh their knowledge.
    Event dates:
    24-Sep-19 to 24-Sep-19
    1030 to 1200
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