By Jasmin E Mullings, on 4 May 2020
We are also hosting our usual weekly drop-in sessions remotely via Blackboard Collaborate for those who would like individual support on a specific issue. The dates and times of the sessions, along with the direct Blackboard Collaborate link, are available in our ISD Digital Skills Development Moodle course.
Please view the current schedule of courses and workshops below. Once you’ve looked at the schedule and chosen the course(s) you want to book, follow the instructions on this blog post to book and view the course description carefully to ensure you have all the information, check for any pre-learning (if applicable) and know how to join the live session(s).
As we will use Blackboard Collaborate for many of our sessions, please watch the 10-minute Participant video guide which explains how to use and what to expect from the BB Collaborate platform.
Please ensure you allow yourself enough time to complete any pre-learning (see our Moodle course) as it may take a few hours for some courses. Please also download the course materials via our Moodle course in advance of the live session. Not all the courses will have pre-learning and course materials available yet, however, we will endeavour to make them available by Monday 11th May. If materials will be made available later for any particular course, a date will be given for when they are available.
We will send out the link to join the session the day before (or morning before if it’s a Monday course) but you can also join directly from MyLearning (see blog post for instructions on how to do this).
Also note that we have added an extra 15 minutes to the start time of our courses to allow participants to test out their audio/connection. The actual course will start promptly on the hour (15 minutes after the advertised time).
|12/05/2020||09:45||11:00||Word tips and tricks|
|13/05/2020||09:45||11:00||Excel tips and tricks|
|13/05/2020||09:45||12:00||Managing Long Documents in Word 2016|
|14/05/2020||09:45||11:00||Podcasting made easy|
|14/05/2020||13:45||16:00||Getting Started with SPSS|
|15/05/2020||09:45||11:30||Creating accessible Word documents|
|18/05/2020||13:45||15:00||Using ‘Padlet’ to support student collaboration|
|20/05/2020||13:45||16:00||An Introduction to R with RStudio|
|20/05/2020||13:45||15:30||Creating accessible PowerPoint presentations|
|22/05/2020||09:45||11:00||OneDrive for sharing files|
|26/05/2020||09:45||11:00||Record a narration over your PowerPoint on a PC|
|27/05/2020||09:45||12:00||Managing Long Documents in Word 2016|
|28/05/2020||09:45||11:00||Blogging with Reflect (WordPress-based)|
|28/05/2020||09:45||12:00||Getting Started with SPSS|
|29/05/2020||13:45||15:30||Microsoft Teams: Collaborate on Documents & Files|
|01/06/2020||13:45||15:30||Creating accessible Word documents|
|03/06/2020||13:45||15:00||Word tips and tricks|
|04/06/2020||13:45||15:00||Excel tips and tricks|
|09/06/2020||09:45||11:30||Creating accessible PowerPoint presentations|
|10/06/2020||09:45||11:00||OneDrive for sharing files|
|10/06/2020||09:45||12:00||An Introduction to R with RStudio|
|11/06/2020||09:45||12:00||Managing Long Documents in Word 2016|
|16/06/2020||09:45||11:30||Microsoft Teams: Collaborate on Documents & Files|
More digital skills development opportunities…
Learn online with a vast range of high-quality video-based courses from LinkedIn Learning. This is the new platform on which we are now hosting Lynda.com content. These cover technical skills but also business, personal and creative skills as well. Visit the UCL LinkedIn Learning page to find out more.