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Online Introduction to Workflow for Teaching and Learning: STAFF

Event date
19 December 2018 (2pm to 3.30pm)
Online Introduction to Workflow for Teaching and Learning: STAFF
Workflow is an eStudio / ePortfolio platform which supports the development, documenting and sharing of ideas and creative practice online. Using Workflow, students can collect and organise their work and share it with peers, tutors and the whole world.

Using a drag and drop interface for adding visual material and text to pages, Workflow gives users a flexible online space for documenting process and capturing reflection. It is ideal for personal work, but comprehensive privacy, sharing and feedback options means Workflow is also ideal for collaborative and group work.

What is the aim of the Workshop?
This workshop will introduce and explore the opportunities of using Workflow for effective and engaging learning and teaching. By the end of the session, you will have a better understanding of what Workflow offers and be familiar with its key features.

At the end of the workshop you will be able to:
•    Understand a range of applications for Workflow within learning and teaching
•    Explore the potential uses of Workflow in your own teaching context
•    Log in, create and edit pages and find other users
•    Upload and organise media in the file repository
•    Share content and leave feedback on other users' content
•    Create a group and understand the different types of group available
•    Be aware of copyright issues in the digital domain
What can I do next?
Explore other opportunities to enhance your e-learning skills. Visit the event listings on the UAL website to view our full list of workshops.

Who should attend?
This workshop is for all staff who are interested in using Workflow to support their students' learning and personal and professional development.

Via our online booking form

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