To create and edit digital content. To improve and integrate information and content into an existing body of knowledge while understanding how copyright and licences are to be applied. To know how to give understandable instructions for a computer system.

Source

  • Access certain software for free with the GitHub Student Developer Pack | Resource |

Workshop Recordings, Spring 2022

Workshop Recordings, Autumn 2021

  • Understanding How Microsoft Word Can Proof your Paper | Recording |
  • Microsoft Word for Assignments: Basics and Beyond | Recording |
  • Recording Presentations for Conferences/Assignments using PowerPoint | Recording |
  • How to Record an Interview and edit an Audio File using Audacity | Recording |
  • Making Great Posters using Free Software | Recording |
  • Designing Digital Presentations: Level Up your Powerpoint game | Recording |
  • Making Videos for your Assignments using Panopto on Sulis | Recording |

Workshop Recordings, Spring 2022

  • The Basics of Podcasting: From Microphone to Earbuds | Recording |
  • Stand Out using Canva | Recording |
  • Building Your Brand | Recording |

Workshop Recordings, Autumn 2021

  • Microsoft Word for Assignments: Basics and Beyond | Recording |
  • Notetaking in a Digital World | Recording |
  • Understanding How Microsoft Word Can Proof your Paper | Recording |

Workshop Recordings, Spring 2022

  • Sourcing Copyright Free Images for Your Assignments | Recording |

Workshop Recordings, Autumn 2021

  • Images for your UL assignments, where to find them and how to use them | Recording |

Self-paced Resources

  • Introduction to Creative Commons Licenses | UL Resource

For Research Students

Self-paced Resources

  • Learn to code with W3Schools | Website |
  • Web Design Bootcamp: Introduction to HTML and CSS | UL Resource | 

  • Introduction to Java Programming with Greenfoot | UL Resource | 

NOTE: The UL resources are best viewed using the Microsoft Edge web browser. They may not load or display as intended on other browsers: Firefox, Chrome, etc.

Thank you to the Peer Supported Learning Centre (PSLC) and the ICT Learning Centre (ICTLC) at UL for reworking and making these resources available as part of LevUL Up. More information about the work of these Learning Centres is available on their Sulis site