Developing your Blackboard Module
This session is a practical, hands-on workshop where the instructor will work with you and with your module content to make the most of your Blackboard module.
The session will start with a discussion of how your Blackboard module currently works and what you would like to achieve by the end of the session. This will then inform the remainder of the session, with options of collaborative working to develop your module.
You will be required to bring your content on a USB stick, or be able to access it via a storage mechanism, eg. Google Drive, DropBox, Microsoft OneDrive etc. If you have your own laptop or device then please bring that with you, although there will be limited devices available to borrow during the session.
UKPSF: A1, A2, A3, A4, K1, K2, K5, V1, V2
PRESENTER: Helen Davies, SALT
This session is part of SALT's September IT activities. Forming a key element of Make One Change, come and see how some IT Resources can Work for your Students. In particular, we're celebrating our newly refurbished training room.
Where is the SALT Training Room (aka Green Room)?
Are you offering these sessions at the Bay Campus or St. David's Park Campus?
Not at this time and videoconferencing isn't feasible due to the interactive nature of these workshops. However if you'd really like to explore some of the applications that we're covering, we'll liaise with Colleges who have staff on the other Campuses to make alternate arrangements.
I am unable to climb stairs...how else can I participate?
Unfortunately there is no lift access to the training room. Please do let us know if you have any access considerations well in advance of the session and we will strive to make alternative arrangements with you.
What should I bring to the event?
Please bring some lunch. Other refreshments will be provided.
A mobile device, preferably laptop/IPad/Tablet to enable full participation and gain the most benefit from the session.
How does this session contribute to my Continuing Professional Development (CPD)?
Each session has been mapped against the most applicable dimensions of the UKPSF. If you're working towards Fellowship, your attendance, reflection and possible application of what you've learnt will contribute to you meeting A5 of the UKPSF. If you're already a Fellow, then it will assist you in demonstrating good standing. Don't forget to write up a reflection on the session afterwards!
Who should I contact with any questions?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
What if I can't attend
Please cancel your ticket as soon as possible as spaces are limited.