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Using Student Feedback and Learning Analytics in Your Professional Development

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This seminar will present the output resulting from work as part of the STELA National Forum funded project (https://www.ul.ie/quality/stela). As part of it, we have worked with Dr. Edd Pitt from the University of Kent to produce a suite of online structured staff resources which seek to support staff in attending to feedback from student evaluations of teaching and learning analytics.

Communities of Practice for Academic Staff Development in HE Teaching & Learning

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A Community of Practice (CoP) consists of a group of people who meet regularly in a safe, but challenging space to share a common focus, interests and goals. This workshop, will explore how to establish and sustain CoPs that provide fruitful and supportive communities for teaching and learning development.
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Writing Your Teaching Philosophy Statement

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At some point in your academic career, you will be asked to write a statement about your approach to teaching and learning and the rationale behind what you do as an educator. It may be for promotion purposes, or for personal, professional or pedagogical reasons.  In this session you will be supported to identify and articulate your teaching philosophy, and begin to draft your statement.
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Turnitin – Promoting Academic Integrity

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As part of National Academic Integrity Week, this session will cover the functionality in Turnitin with attention to promoting academic integrity. The functionality of Turnitin Feedback Studio will be also reviewed.    
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5 Minute Tips on Academic Integrity

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As part of National Academic Integrity Week, this panel will present on the supports, challenges and approaches in relation to academic integrity, opening the floor for discussion.   
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Strategies for enabling a shared understanding of assessment

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Academic staff and students should have a shared understanding of the principles of assessment: its processes, terminology, methodology and standards of quality. In this workshop, we will explore the principles of assessment in the context of assessment for, as and of learning and consider how discussions of marking criteria and exemplars can engage students in developing their professional judgement.
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Peer observation Network - Information Session

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CTL operates a voluntary peer observation system designed to help you discover and explore different approaches to teaching. Such professional support can help teachers at any stage in their career gain valuable insights about their teaching performance in a confidential, trusting and formative climate. This workshop will introduce you to the principles of peer observation and the peer observation network at UL.
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Curriculum Design and Development: Writing Learning Outcomes

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Are you or your programme team designing a new programme and modules or are you revising existing programmes/modules?  If so, these sessions on writing programme and module learning outcomes will be helpful as you prepare your documentation for APRC.
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Curriculum Design and Development: Writing Learning Outcomes

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Are you or your programme team designing a new programme and modules or are you revising existing programmes/modules?  If so, these sessions on writing programme and module learning outcomes will be helpful as you prepare your documentation for APRC.
Register here  (repeated again on Monday 13th December @ 11 a.m.)

Curriculum Design and Development: Writing Learning Outcomes

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Are you or your programme team designing a new programme and modules or are you revising existing programmes/modules?  If so, these sessions on writing programme and module learning outcomes will be helpful as you prepare your documentation for APRC.  
Register here (repeated on Wed 17 Nov @ 2 p.m. and again on Mon 13 Dec @ 11 a.m.)