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Supporting a community

Map with string at group Work at Visible Justice Exhibition. Postgraduate (MA). London College of Communication

Our recent student survey shows that students value feeling connected to their classmates. You can encourage your students to share their work and collaborate using Padlet, myblog, Workflow or Microsoft Teams.

Padlet

Padlet is an online pin board or canvas that can be used by individuals or groups as a scrapbook, portfolio, noticeboard, mind map, blog or discussion forum.

Review our quick start guide (PDF 168 KB) to learn how to login and create a Padlet.  Find out how you can use (PDF 433KB) it in teaching.

myblog

myblog is a Wordpress-based blogging platform that can be used for individual or group blogs or websites. They can be a helpful way of supporting open discussion and a culture of sharing and building ideas.

Workflow

Workflow is an ePortfolio or eStudio where you collect and curate images, video and other media. You can work in a group and choose who can see your content. You can also change the layout and visual style.

Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams should be used for small groups in either course team collaboration or meetings with students. For example, meeting students for 1-to-1 tutorials is easy to schedule and setup. For larger teaching sessions, we recommend Collaborate Ultra.  

Teams has additional functionality such as channels, file sharing, etc. If you would like to use this functionality we recommend that you speak to your college digital learning teams.

Next steps

  • Student in studio cutting fabric in front of a laptop.
    Credit: © Alys Tomlinson © Alys Tomlinson, George Boyle working in the Studio. BA (Hons) Fashion Design Technology: Womenswear. London College of Fashion.
    Designing and organising your course

    Explore how you can use Inclusive Core Practice, Moodle and Collaborate Ultra.

  • Man sitting at a desk.
    Brandon Mosqueda Caidedo - Work in Progress. Undergraduate (BA): Sound Arts and Design. London College of Communication
    Creating educational video

    Learn how to use educational videos and Panopto in your teaching.

  • Man sitting at a desk looking at a computer.
    Karel Doing working in the Studio, Case Study. Post-graduate research Animation. Wimbledon College of Arts
    Staff development sessions  

    Sign up for upcoming Digital Learning staff development sessions and watch recordings of previous sessions. (Canvas login required.)

Contacts

If you would like any support or guidance, submit a ticket through MySupport or get in touch with your college Digital Learning staff.