Examples and guidance on how resources found in the X4L Staff Development Resources Website can be used in a staff development context. Click on the title of the exemplar to learn more about the resource which includes a Case Study explaining how the author put the exemplar together.
This resource takes the form of participative staff development workshops. Through a mixture of tutor presentation, small-group and individual activities, and wider group discussion, the intention is to introduce the concept of learning objects and engage participants in practical activities...
This is a collection of materials designed for running a workshop regarding copyright issues when using third party materials.
This staff developmental resource was developed with primarily teaching staff needs in mind whose desire it is to make use of available web resources to inform and enhance teaching practice...
A fairly short, generic questionnaire that could potentially (subject to any necessary tailoring) be used to assess the experience and interests of tutors ahead of staff development events in the broad area of online teaching and learning...
Using a mixture of presentation, discussion and hands-on activities, this workshop provides participants with an opportunity to explore a range of online resources and to consider interesting and effective ways of using them with learners, both in the classroom and online.
How to Guide
This is a self-study guide aimed at tutors that covers some techniques which are useful when developing electronic teaching and learning materials.