Training Events: Michaelmas Term
CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
CELT is running a series of continuing professional development workshops throughout the year designed as a forum for colleagues from across departments and disciplines to discuss teaching and learning issues of common concern and interest, and to help to create networks for sharing practice:
'USING THE LANCASTER VLE', Susan Armitage, on Friday 2nd December (10.00 - 11.30) in ASH House Training Rooms.
'SUPPORTING STUDENTS IN DIFFICULTIES', Moira Peelo, on Friday 9th December (10.00 - 11.30) in ASH House Training Rooms.
To book a place at these workshops please click on the following link and enter your university login: https://ktru-main.lancs.ac.uk/celt/ppcourses.nsf
Or contact Helen Griffiths on ext 94704, email firstname.lastname@example.org"
Teaching and Learning Sessions
Working with increasingly larger groups of students has been an issue for some time, and in this academic year CELT will be running two teaching and learning activities with this theme in mind.
Working with large groups
Teaching and Learning Day
Or contact Amanda Westwell, CELT email@example.com
GROUPWORK AND LUVLE, Monday 12th December 2:00-4:00.
MULTIMEDIA AND LUVLE, Friday 9th December 2:00-4:00.
For more information go to http://www.lancs.ac.uk/users/celt/elearning/ and click on News. To book a place on any of these sessions go to http://www.lancs.ac.uk/users/celt/elearning/ and click on Events.
Staff and tutors may like to bring the following study sessions to their student’s attention.
Effective Learning for International Students - ELIS
Friday 9th December 10:00-12:00 (Beginners).
Friday 16th December 10:00-12:00 (Advanced).
HOW TO ENCOURAGE ONLINE PARTICIPATION, Wednesday 14th December 2:00-4:00. STAFF TRAINING SESSIONS:
INTRODUCTION TO LUVLE (LANCASTER UNIVERSITY VIRTUAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT), Monday 5th December 2:00-4:00.
ELECTRONIC PLAGIARISM DETECTION SERVICE, Wednesday 7th December 2:00-4:00.
SHORT COURSES FOR PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
Foundations of Professional & Personal Development
These workshops will support you in developing transferable skills that will to enable you to feel confident and perform well in a range of workplace situations. The skills include team working, communication, goal setting, creative thinking and problem solving. This is the core course for the part-time Certificate in Professional and Personal Development, and it is particularly suitable for anyone wishing to develop their skills and/or who is moving into a position of increased responsibility. Fee: £113 (concessions £49). Code 05PPD01
The above course takes place on campus and is open to all.
Please enrol at least a week before the course starts. For more information on the courses and the Certificate in PPD, ring extension 92623/4, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call into the Department of Continuing Education in Ash House, opposite the Great Hall. Or you can find details on our website www.lancs.ac.uk/depts/conted/ and click on 'courses'.
SHORT PHOTOGRAPHY COURSES
Photography and Memory
Fee: £36 (concessions of £31 and £13)
Artistic Uses of Digital Imaging
Fee: £65 (concessions £28)Please enrol at least a week before the course starts. For more information, ring extension 92623/4, email email@example.com or call into the Department of Continuing Education in Ash House, opposite the Great Hall. Or you can find details on our website www.lancs.ac.uk/depts/conted/
and click on 'courses'.
Centre for e-Science - Short Courses
C++ Part I (8-9 Jun 06) and C++ Part II (15-16 Jun 06)- ISS Training Suite 2
Short courses on an Introduction to Object Orientated Programming(OOP)and C++ are being organised by Centre for e-Science. OOP is extensively used throughout research, industry and commerce for developing a wide range of software applications. The course is suitable for students, researchers, and professionals seeking an introduction to OOP and/or the C++ Programming language and is also relevant to those with some experience of OOP using another language such as Java or Smalltalk.
Cost is £40 per course for LU staff/students.
For further information please go to http://e-science.lancs.ac.uk/courses/index.html or contact Judy Camp on 01524 592175/Daniel Grose 01524 594457.