We run regular training sessions and workshops on a range of learning technology tools and how they can be used in learning and teaching. Alongside group sessions we can also provide 1:1 support.

To find out more about our current schedule and to book onto a session, visit our TEL training schedule.

TEL training sessions

Bookings for these sessions can be made via the TEL online booking system or the individual links below.

Session Date & Time Booking Link

HUB: An introduction

This session aims to cover the broad basics of using Hub to highlight key concepts, tools, and functionality. The focus is on signposting and awareness as opposed to in-depth hands-on training.

 

 

HUB: Building a structured module

This session will focus on structuring learning and teaching content within the Hub.

 

 

HUB: Activities for collaboration

This session will explore collaborative tools in the Hub and how they can be used in teaching.

 

 

HUB: Quizzes and tests for formative and summative assessment

This course demonstrates how to use the Test and Question Pool tools within the HUB to create quizzes. It will demonstrate some of the range of question types available in the HUB and discuss how these can be used for both formative and summative assessment.

 

 

Collaborate: Getting started with the virtual classroom

This course demonstrates the interactive features that can be used in online lectures, tutorials or meetings. You will be provided with good practice guidelines and gain helpful tips for running a successful session.

 

 

Panopto: Basic Training Webinar provided by Panopto

The Basic Training Webinar is designed for new users and beginners who would like to learn how to use the Panopto software. These webinars will cover creating, managing, and editing sessions as well as navigating the Panopto interface.

 

Please note these sessions are organised by Panopto. You will need to register through the provided links.

 

Panopto: Student video assignments

This course will look at setting up a HUB assignment to allow students to submit a video. You should have Panopto configured on the module you wish to use for the video assignment.

 

 

Turnitin: Providing feedback and marking

An introduction to providing feedback and marking on submissions in Turnitin.

 

 

PebblePad: Creating in PebblePad

An introduction to using PebblePad to create and collate assets. It will guide you through adding assets and then building these into a portfolio of work, to share for feedback or assessment.

 

 

PebblePad: Teaching with PebblePad

This session explores tools in PebblePad, called template and workbook that allow you to scaffold learning for your students and discusses how you might use these in your teaching.

 

 

PebblePad: Assessment workflows in PebblePad

This session demonstrates the assessment capabilities in PebblePad within ATLAS (Active Teaching, Learning and Assessment Space). Including how to view, grade and give feedback on submissions.

 

 

Monitoring student engagement in learning technologies

Student attendance and engagement can be monitored and alerts can be set to make instructors aware of students who may not be engaging.

 

 

Creating accessible learning and teaching content

This session explores the benefits in providing accessible content as well as how to use tools to do so.

 

 

Bookings can be made via the TEL online booking system

If the available dates are not suitable for you, or you would like to request a bespoke training session for your department or team please contact us to discuss options.

Microsoft Teams Training

Learn the basics and discover more on how you can use MS Teams to collaborate with others.

Microsoft Teams video training materials (these materials have been created by Microsoft).

New and Returning Staff TEL Induction

The Staff Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) induction programme aims to welcome new staff to the University, introduce them to a contact in the TEL team and help them engage with the training we offer and learn about the routes for ongoing support.


It is open to staff who have just joined QMU or who have returned after a period of leave (e.g. Maternity/Parental leave or Research leave). This is predominantly for academic staff with a substantial teaching role but will also be relevant to professional services staff who support learning and teaching.


Please contact Assist to request a TEL induction meeting for yourself or a new colleague.

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