These webinars are held most weeks. Occasionally, we need to skip a week. The webinars are not recorded. If you would like to participate but are busy at that time every week, please let us know and we can arrange a session at a time that suits you.
Please contact us on info[at]representedtech.com to book a time
If you work in education, you must make sure that your courses are accessible. Easier said than done … what is accessible? Why does it matter? How do I check that our stuff is accessible? Do I really need to?
Join us for a Lunchtime Learning lecture on June 22 at 12.00 where we will be joined by Gavin Henrick from Brickfield Education Labs. Gavin will talk about the essentials of the concept of accessibility, go through what it means and how to do it. This is not a definitive guide to becoming available, but the lecture has every opportunity to be a good update – even if you started the transition a long time ago! Brickfield is one of our partners, they have an accessibility plugin for Moodle LMS, but accessibility as a matter of principle is independent of the learning platform. Gavin shares his knowledge and experience in this area free of charge because it is something that everyone can benefit from, no matter how they work digitally. The lecture is in English and a maximum of 45 min.
Engaging Students in the Feedback Process with Draft Coach
Join this session to learn how to engage your students more fully in the writing process with Draft Coach for Google Suite schools.
New Features in Turnitin FeedBack Studio
Turnitin has introduced new features for Feedback Studio for 2021!
During this session you will learn:
• What Draft Coach is
• How students can add Draft Coach to Google Docs
• Tips for introducing Draft Coach into the writing process
Join our session to learn:
• How to interpret new features, like the Flags Panel
• Optional features that may be available to your school
• How to access new features in prior submissions
Gradescope for Remote Assessment
Join our online workshop and learn how instructors use Gradescope. We will offer guidance on how to deliver assessments remotely and outline various options to meet your immediate needs, including:
- Fully online assignments, no paper required
- Existing paper-based assignments
- Combining online and paper-based approaches
Wednesday, July 14, 3pm BST
Wednesday, July 28, 3pm BST
Wednesday, August 18, 3pm BST
Wednesday, September 8, 3PM BST
APAC webcast series: Timely feedback and grading consistency with Gradescope
Let’s face it; grading as we know it is painful and time consuming. Providing just-in-time feedback and supporting student learning through formative-based assessment, is especially challenging for time-strapped educators. But it doesn’t have to be!
In this session, you’ll learn from Gradescope users in higher education on how Gradescope has transformed their grading experience and facilitated a consistent, timely feedback loop. They’ll showcase it’s versatility across different subjects and courses, and share practical examples of how Gradescope increases their efficiency and streamlines the grading workflow.
What we’ll cover:
– How traditional grading and feedback was managed prior to Gradescope
– How Gradescope makes grading faster and smarter
– Types of assessments Gradescope supports (including programming assignments)
– Gradescope’s ability to convert a paper-based assignment into online-based in assignment
– Homework assignments (both instructor-uploaded and student-uploaded)
– How individual student feedback is managed, including regrade requests
– The student experience with Gradescope
– How Gradescope’s assignment statistics can help inform student learning
IntelliBoard Insights Series: Get more from US with tips and tricks to make life easier
Tuesday 22 June 1:30pm EDT
Thursday 24 June 1:30pm EDT
Tuesday 22 June 1:30pm EDT
Friday 25 June 1:30pm EDT