Workshops and Events
Organisational Development and Professional Learning (OD&PL) offers a range of workshops and events to support development of learning and teaching at the University suitable for your role. Sessions range from 30 minutes to three hours in length and accompanying online resources are available.
These sessions offer the opportunity to learn about University strategy, the support available to staff, and key developments in student education. They are part of an Introductory programme which introduces you to work at the University and provides the opportunity to engage in discussion with the speakers; and to meet other recently-appointed staff from across the University.
This series of workshops and events is designed to support colleagues at all stages of their teaching careers: Introduction to teaching, developing teaching practice, and Teaching for Research-based learning, and leading Student Education.
Masterclass is a programme of events, led by nationally recognised speakers, that is designed to provide new ideas and promote discussion about a range of aspects of learning and teaching.
The University of Leeds encourages staff to use a range of technologies as appropriate to support and enhance academic work and to meet the University’s Blended Learning Strategy and Digital Strategy for Taught Student Education 2013. These workshops, online resources and networks provide opportunities to explore and develop new approaches to teaching and research and develop skills in using specific tools.
Digital Dates is a programme of short, informal workshops for both staff and students across the University co-ordinated by OD&PL and Skills@Library to help us to develop digital skills to support all aspects of our lives at the University.
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