Reflections from UCISA on ‘Covid Keeps’

This session took place as part of the Reflections on Learning and Teaching in the Autumn term 2021. The presenters were Richard Walker. Abstract: A summary of research from the Universities and Colleges Information Systems Association (UCISA) on the experiences of HE institutions during the pandemic, their innovations in teaching and student support, and how … Continue reading Reflections from UCISA on ‘Covid Keeps’

Student experiences of online engagement and inclusion: Let’s flip the conversation

This session took place as part of the Learning and teaching @York in the Coronavirus Pandemic: Continuing the conversation (Autumn term 2020). The presenters were Daniel Hobbi. Abstract: Daniel summarised his experiences of online learning, stressing the positive benefits and the need for alternative voices to be heard alongside those he sees as dominating within … Continue reading Student experiences of online engagement and inclusion: Let’s flip the conversation

Experiences of Peer-Assisted Learning in Maths

This session took place as part of the Learning and teaching @York in the Coronavirus Pandemic: Continuing the conversation (Autumn term 2020). The presenters were Sue Russell, Jessica Hargreaves, Lucy Crawshaw and Max Howell. Abstract: Sue, Jessica, Lucy and Max presented their experiences of organising and delivering peer-assisted learning activities online during the pandemic, reflecting … Continue reading Experiences of Peer-Assisted Learning in Maths

The Infection and Disease module 20-21: Teaching Practices in the Coronavirus Pandemic

This session took place as part of the Learning and teaching @York in the Coronavirus Pandemic: Continuing the conversation (Autumn term 2020). The presenters were Aishwarya Vidyasagaran. Abstract: You can access the recording of this session at this link here: https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fyork.cloud.panopto.eu%2FPanopto%2FPages%2FViewer.aspx%3Fid%3D20ba563e-c656-463e-96d7-ac8c00e3767e&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNFXw_4wDD17NDz2wygsvnbzFbubNg  

Taking a face-to-face module online

This session took place as part of the Learning and teaching @York in the Coronavirus Pandemic: Continuing the conversation (Autumn term 2020). The presenters were Sue Porter and John Brown. Abstract: You can access the recording of this session at this link here: https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fyork.cloud.panopto.eu%2FPanopto%2FPages%2FViewer.aspx%3Fid%3Da2aedc96-a4c0-4682-8c52-ac7f01087587&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNHEDpJHoLulCcjtUEhmW83s7KqzIQ  

Using Xerte to enhance asynchronous learning

This session took place as part of the Learning and teaching @York in the Coronavirus Pandemic: Continuing the conversation (Autumn term 2020). The presenters were Phil Martin. Abstract: You can access the recording of this session at this link here: https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fyork.cloud.panopto.eu%2FPanopto%2FPages%2FViewer.aspx%3Fid%3D3ba65512-fee3-4110-aa91-ac8300de957b&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNF-DnjdawjFdtYBugOvgZgz-cWV4w  

Teaching Methods to Undergraduates in COVID: The Good, the Bad and the Take-away

This session took place as part of the Learning and teaching @York in the Coronavirus Pandemic: Continuing the conversation (Spring term 2021). The presenters were Lisa O'Malley and Dan Horsfall. Abstract: Lisa and Dan focused on a second year core undergraduate module and highlighted how it exemplified some of the wider challenges the Department faced … Continue reading Teaching Methods to Undergraduates in COVID: The Good, the Bad and the Take-away

Experiences and reflections on the impact of Covid on in-person teaching

This session took place as part of the Learning and teaching @York in the Coronavirus Pandemic: Continuing the conversation (Spring term 2021). The presenters were Stephanie Luke. Abstract: Stephanie provided an insight into her experiences of teaching under socially-distancing restrictions, supported by research into the experiences and preferences of her students. You can access the … Continue reading Experiences and reflections on the impact of Covid on in-person teaching