PLEASE NOTE: All sessions listed below are being held in the Park Library 1st Floor (TPod)

SaGE Essentials
This session is for both staff who are new to Submission and Grading Electronically (SaGE) and those who need a refresher on the current process. The event will cover the SaGE workflow including marking in Turnitin;  passing grades to the NILE gradecentre; and downloading grades to send to the SATs.

Dates (s) Time (s)
1/5/13 2-4:30
10/5/13 9:30-12:00
13/5/13 2-4:30
22/5/13 9:30-12:00
4/6/13 2-4:30
12/6/13 9:30-12:00

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SaGE Beyond the Basics (Rubrics)
A dedicated session for those who have already attended the SaGE Essentials session and are confident with the basic SaGE workflow. The event will focus on both the Turnitin and NILE rubrics which are currently available. Rubrics are useful for specific styles of marking and may only be suitable in certain situations.

Date Time
23/5/13 2-4

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SaGE Beyond the Basics (Using the NILE assignment submission area / groups and video submissions)
A dedicated session for those who have already attended the SaGE Essentials session and are confident with the basic SaGE workflow. This event will focus on the NILE assignment submission area which may be used for both individuals and groups. It will also cover alternative styles of assignment submission such as video submissions.

Date Time
20/5/13 2-4

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NILE Essentials – Making the most of your NILE site
This session will introduce the new NILE sites which are being used for all 2013/14 module and course areas. Find out the Top Ten most common mistakes with existing NILE sites and how to avoid them to improve the student experience. Attendees will develop confidence with working in their NILE area to add new and exciting content.

Date Time
12/6/13 2-4

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NILE – Beyond the Basics (Encouraging collaboration and NILE interaction using Blogs, Journals and Wikis)
This session will allow participant to explore the Blogs, Journals and Wikis tools inside NILE which encourage greater collaboration.

Date Time
27/6/13 2-4

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NILE – Beyond the Basics (Developing assessments using Tests and Pools.)
This session will explore the test, survey and question pool tools within NILE. These tools may be used with features such as adaptive release and the performance dashboard to allow greater student interaction with content and a higher level of tutor understanding of student engagement.

Date Time
27/6/13 10-12

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Working with sound, video and lecture recording
Find out about the most recent advances which will allow you to capture individual student presentations or whole lectures. The session will provide an introduction to flip cams, Panopto and the new video tool embedded in NILE (Kaltura).

Date Time
29/5/13 2-4:30

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Increasing in class session interaction using smartboards and the voting handsets
Many opportunities now exist to increase the amount of student interaction within traditional lectures. Smartboards are located in many of the teaching spaces but are often only used to display PowerPoints. This event will introduce the range of tools which allow the Smartboard to ‘come alive’. In addition to the Smartboard, voting handsets may be used to increase the amount of feedback students provide within sessions. This event will provide practical experience on using these tools.

Date Time
13/6/13 2-4:30

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PLEASE NOTE: All sessions above are being held in the Park Library 1st Floor (TPod)

All of the sessions above and a number of other sessions listed below are also available on request for bespoke events (such as for Subject group training). Please contact your Learning Technologist or mail ltsupport@northampton.ac.uk  for details on arranging these.

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Optional sessions:

Using Camtasia for screen recording
An introduction to webinars using WizIQ
Using Mobile devices for learning
Creating accessible documents for NILE

 

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