Welcome to the LTF Blog: 'Quick Tips for Teaching Online'.

Graphic of a laptop on a desk showing the UDL principles, with the text Universal Design for Learning and New Academic Year Resolutions

New Academic Year Resolutions

By Jess Beeley
Reading time: 7 minutes
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Graphic of a laptop on a desk showing the UDL principles, with the text UDL Theory Into Practice

Universal Design for Learning at UL: UDL Theory into Practice

By Jess Beeley
Reading time: 6 minutes
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Presentation slide consisting of a picture of a laptop and the title of this blogpost, "Enhancing student engagement through online forums".

Enhancing Student Engagement through Online Forums

By Rachel Murphy.
Reading Time: ~10 mins.
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Using Twitter to Engage Users by Darina Slattery

Using Twitter to Engage Students

By Darina Slattery.
Reading Time: ~7 mins.
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Presentation slide consisting of the title of this blogpost and a colourful wikimedia commons image depicting an abstract concept of different brightly coloured people in motion.

Developing spoken interaction and intercultural awareness in foreign languages through Virtual Exchange

By Marta Giralt.
Reading Time: ~10 mins.
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A screenshot of video capturing software with the author webcam visible in picture-in-picture mode.

Moving Teaching Online with Video

By Chris Exton.
Reading Time: ~7 mins.
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A group of students working in front of computers, blogs can be seen on the computer screens.

From Individual Critical Thinking to Collaborative Learning Using Blogs

By Liam Murray.
Reading Time: ~9 mins.
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Laptop turned on with code displaying on the screen and a plant next to the laptop in a coffee shop.

Creating an Interactive Online Student Programming Experience Supported by R and OneDrive

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Screenshot of a short asynchronous lecture video introducing the concept of operational amplifiers to students.

Making more Interactive and Engaging Lecture Videos (Part 2)

By Michael Johnson.
Reading Time: ~5 mins.
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Making more Interactive and Engaging Lecture Videos

Making more Interactive and Engaging Lecture Videos (Part 1)

By Michael Johnson.
Reading Time: ~3 mins.
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Hand drawn mind map of course planning keywords (eg content, feedback, assessment).

Moving an Interactive Workshop Online using Microsoft Planner for Collaborative Curriculum Design

By Sinead Spain.
Reading Time: ~5 mins.
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Picture of a little girl running to the end of a rocky jetty by the sea. A glass bottle appears at the base of the image making it look like she is coming out of the mouth of the bottle. A red, orange and purple sun sets through the clouds into the surrounding sea in the background.

Quick Tips for Teaching Online: Spring Semester & AY 2020/'21 Wrap-Up

By David Moloney.
Reading Time: ~4 mins.
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