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*CANCELLED* Approaches to digital feedback

This webinar will explore examples of digital feedback in different contexts including written, audio/video, automated, eg MCQs and in class, eg polling

The aim of this webinar is to provide staff with an overview of the different types of feedback they can provide with the technology available at UOB depending on the learning context

  • Written feedback (quick marks, inline annotations), rubrics or feedback forms,
  • Video/audio (desktop recorder)
  • Instant automated feedback (eg mcqs, or in class , eg polling)

By the end of the webinar participants will be able to:

  • Understand the use of digital feedback and the scenarios in which it is being used
  • Discuss some of the key issues associated with digital feedback

Pre-requisites

Some familiarity with Blackboard and a basic understanding of how to edit content. 

Contact information

To book, please see our booking form on Eventbrite. Approaches to digital feedback 
 

For further information please contact us at digital-education@bristol.ac.uk

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‘Daily Digital’ with PVC-Education, Tansy Jessop

From Thursday 19th March Professor Tansy Jessop, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Education, will host a short “daily digital” on a range of themes relating to online learning and teaching. Tansy will be joined by a number of colleagues, including from BILT and the Digital Education Office, on this digital journey. Topics will include building pedagogic relationships, facilitating discussion, personal tutoring and supervision, co-creation with students, assessment and more.

What is the daily digital?

On some days the “daily digital” will be a short live event.  Live sessions will be recorded so you can catch up later if you can’t make them.

On other days there will be opportunities to engage asynchronously, for example to review a short video or reading and then join an ongoing online discussion.

How long will it take me?

Each “Daily Digital” should take you between 15 and 30 minutes.  

When does it start?

The programme starts with a live session on Thursday 19th March at 10am, and will last 7 working days.

How can I access it?

The “Daily Digital” will take place in Blackboard.  We invite you to enrol on the Blackboard space for full access to the programme.  (Content will be released over the 7 days)

Enrol on the Blackboard Daily Digital space

Alternatively use the following link to access the first live session, which will take place in Blackboard Collaborate.

Guest link to the webinar  

For the live sessions please ensure that you have headphones or sound enabled. Chrome is the recommended browser.

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Help your Students Engage with your Blackboard Course (DEO Webinar)

Learn some quick and easy ways to help your students – and colleagues – to navigate your Blackboard content. During this short webinar we will run through our top tips and answer your questions.

This webinar is aimed at both academic and administrative staff. The webinar is suitable for all levels of experience; some basic knowledge of Blackboard would be helpful but isn’t essential.

This webinar will be presented by David Perkins de Oliveira and Suzi Wells from the Digital Education Office.

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Blackboard Basics: Marking and Providing Feedback to Online Assignments, see the outcome through the Students’ Eyes (DEO Webinar)

Learn how to make the most of the feedback features in Blackboard inline grading and get an insight into how your students will see their results. As well as talking you through the software we will have time to answer your questions about marking in Blackboard.

This course is suitable for  academic staff and all levels of experience (some basic knowledge is helpful but not necessary). 

This webinar will be presented by Roberta Perli and Roger Gardner from the Digital Education Office.

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Giving Feedback in Turnitin: Getting the most out of Feedback Studio (DEO Webinar)


Learn how to make the most of the feedback features in Turnitin Feedback Studio and get an insight into how your students will see their results. As well as talking you through the software we will have time to answer your questions about marking in Turnitin.

This webinar is suitable for any level, though some basic knowledge of Turnitin would be helpful (but isn’t necessary). This webinar is aimed at academic staff.

This webinar will be presented by Naomi Beckett and Suzi Wells from the Digital Education Office.

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Managing Student Access to Online Submission Points in Blackboard: Understanding Pre-Submission Quizzes, Groups and Adaptive Release [DEO Webinar]

Whether you just need a refresher or are new to managing submission points in Blackboard, this short webinar will explain how pre-submission quizzes and groups can be used with adaptive release to manage students’ access to submission points and how you can check if a student can see a submission point or not.

This webinar is suitable for all levels though some basic knowledge of Blackboard would be helpful, but not necessary. This webinar would be most suitable for administrative staff. 

The room will be available from around 15 minutes before the webinar starts.

This webinar will be presented by David Perkins de Oliveira and Naomi Beckett from the Digital Education Office.