eNews: Learning and Development

All the latest learning and development information, courses and events.

Building authentic tutor/tutee relationships 
11am to 12 noon, 23 November 

This online session for new and experienced academic personal tutors will explore ways of building authentic relationships with students

Pedagogies in physical spaces at the Library  
10am to 12 noon, 28 November 

Explore the Brotherton and Edward Boyle libraries and think about how to adapt pedagogical approaches in different physical teaching spaces to engage students and promote active learning and reflection. This on-campus event is hosted by the Teaching, Innovation and Practice in Student Education (TIPS) community and Organisational Development and Professional Learning (OD&PL). 

Register | PebblePad training 

Sign up for PebblePad training sessions in November and December to learn more about the learning journey platform. Sessions will introduce you to key features of PebblePad and explain how you can use it in your teaching and for your personal and professional development. Topics covered also include a general introduction, workbooks, portfolios, collections and templates, pages and blogs.  

New LinkedIn Learning and Minerva integration 

LinkedIn Learning’s old access link in Minerva is being retired on 31 December. Content added to Minerva using this method will no longer work after this date. It has been replaced by a new integration that offers the full LinkedIn Learning content catalogue and additional features. Further guidance is available in this LinkedIn Learning staff guide.    
Become a LinkedIn Learning curator   

Find out how LinkedIn Learning curator roles can help colleagues with a focus on learning, teaching or leading the development of others. Being a curator means you can upload your own custom content, create and share learning pathways and gain insights into the number of content views and completions.   
Book | Management Essentials programme   

New dates for OD&PL’s Management Essentials programme are now available to book. The programme is designed for new and existing managers with sessions covering a variety of topics to help equip you with the tools you need to effectively manage a team, as well as understand the processes and responsibilities you have at the University. 

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