Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Webinars: #Teaching Complexity #teachcomUAL

Bonnie Stewart (Visiting Fellow, University of the Arts London (UAL) and David White (Head of Digital Learning, UAL) are running a series of online seminars on Teaching Complexity. "Through these sessions we will explore how open and creative approaches to teaching and learning can help students navigate the complexity of higher education and the digital environment." You can attend (free) live, and there are recordings afterwards. They are all held 3-4pm UK time (which is, e.g., 10-11am US Eastern Time). They are aimed at "Anyone in a teaching, teaching related or staff development role in higher education." There is a blog at http://teachcom.myblog.arts.ac.uk and the list of the seminars and registration link (you have to fill in a form to get info on how to participate) are at http://events.arts.ac.uk/event/2019/1/8/Teaching-Complexity-Online-Seminar-Series/

- Today (oops should have posted this earlier): Openness and Prestige "Exploring how ‘giving stuff away’ and working openly online can be good for you and your students." Facilitators: Bonnie Stewart, Catherine Cronin
- February 5 3-4pm Digital fieldwork part 1 "Get tooled up to undertake some exploratory digital fieldwork." Facilitators: Matt Lingard, David White
- February 19th 3-4pm Complexity and Creativity "Learn how to take a creative approach to complex subjects." Facilitators: David Cormier, Tobias Revell
- February 26 3-4pm Digital fieldwork part 2 "Sharing your digital fieldwork experiences." Facilitators: Matt Lingard, David White, Sheldon Chow
- March 5 3-4pm Inclusive spaces "Ensuring digital teaching and learning welcomes a variety of voices" Facilitators: Bonnie Stewart, Maha Bali, Chris Giliard
Photo by Sheila Webber: neither young nor old were spared, Sheffield, January 2019

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