and Academic Development (LEAD) Centre
Continuity in Teaching and Learning
This section will provide you with resources to allow you to continue teaching your students given the circumstances we currently find ourselves in due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Adapting your teaching & learning
LEAD has developed a guide to inform staff of the key elements they need to consider when transitioning their teaching to a digital environment. To view the guide click here.
LEAD has developed a guide to illustrate to staff the alternative modes of assessment that they can consider to replace face to face assessment approaches. To view the guide click here.
See below for specific resources.
Enhancing your conventional teaching with digital technology
This graphic shows the digital tools we support in MIC: from all the aspects of Moodle which can add to your teaching, to Mahara, Turnitin, BigBlueButton, Microsoft 365 tools, and more.
The TEL Staff Support page is full of guides to help you to use these digital tools.
The graphic is arranged according to the six learning types, as referenced by University College London's ABC Curriculum Design method.
The ABC curriculum design method addresses the need to develop richer learning designs for blended learning and includes elements of the Connected Curriculum: a Framework for research-based education.
At LEAD we run ABC workshops for module teams who are designing or redesigning a module.
Contact us at LEAD@mic.ul.ie for further information on any of these digital tools, on ABC workshops, or any other queries you have in relation to using technology in your online teaching.
Resources for Teaching Online
1. Asynchronous teaching using voice over Powerpoint (approx. 5 mins)
This short 5 minute video will show you how create a video file for your students by narrating your power point slides.
2. Synchronous teaching in small groups using Microsoft Teams (approx. 5 mins)
This tutorial shows you how to use Microsoft teams to conduct real time small group teaching.
3. Synchronous teaching using Moodle chat (approx. 4 mins)
This tutorial shows you how to use the Moodle chat feature to engage students in a real-time chat.
4. Recording audio and video clips using Moodle (approx. 2 mins)
This tutorial shows you how to create short (two minute) audio and video clips to share with your students.
Resources for Online Assessment & Feedback
1. Creating a Turnitin assignment on Moodle (approx. 7 mins)
This tutorial shows you how to create a turnitin assignment using Moodle to allow students to submit text based assignments (PDF and .doc).
2. Creating a Moodle assignment (approx. 3 mins)
This tutorial shows you how to create a Moodle assignment to allow students to upload text, audio, video and graphical assignments.
3. Giving Feedback on Turnitin Assignments (approx. 5 mins)
This tutorial shows you how to provide feedback to students on Turnitin submissions using Quickmark, Rubrics and General Comment features.
4. Giving Feedback on Moodle Assignments (approx. 3 mins)
This tutorial shows you how to provide feedback to students on Moodle Assignments using digital marking.