Digital Skills CPD workshops

Suitable for: academic and professional service staff at the University of Birmingham who teach. 

Academic Development Programme phase 1

It is mandatory to take five of the below HEFi Digital Skills Workshops as part of the Academic Development Programme phase 1. Please take either CPD100 or CPD101 - it is not mandatory to do both.

Academic Development Programme phase 2

Other HEFi Digital Skills Workshops can be used as CPD credits towards the Academic Development Programme phase 2.

  • Pedagogical Insights into e-Portfolios: This interactive session will introduce you to the world of ePortfolios and the pedagogical benefits as a tool for reflection, assessment and journaling.
  • Getting Creative with PebblePadWe will provide an insight into the structure of PebblePad, exploring some of inbuilt resources in PebblePad.
  • Learning outcomes and Rubrics: We will demonstrate examples of rubrics and how they will provide clear and concise feedback to enable students to comprehend what they need achieve/improve to get to the next level
  • Introduction to Developing Effective MCQ's: This activity-based workshop will help you to create robust Multiple Choice Questions.
  • Introduction to developing effective assessment questions: Through interactive discussions and collaborative exercises, participants will share current practices for creating assessment questions.
  • Practical Ways to Develop Assessment Literacy in your students: We will discuss effective approaches that can be integrated into your teaching practice to cultivate assessment literacy among your students
  • How to: quizzesThis session offers an opportunity for staff to learn or refresh their understanding of how to use and create quizzes within their Canvas course.
  • Improving Assessment and Feedback through Digital Tools: Can we? Should we? How do we even...?: This webinar aims to open the door to the frustrations and opportunities experienced by academics, and professional services staff, who are implementing digital assessment tools in their institutions.

Further information

Forthcoming events can be viewed on our Events, seminars and workshops page.

Please contact the HEFi team at hefievents@contacts.bham.ac.uk. To let us know of any specific accessibility requirements or if the session you wish to attend is full.

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