What resources are available to support you?

This guidance is tailored to meet requirements of staff undertaking different blended learning approaches.

Now that you have decided on the blended approach that you would like to implement, this section provides information on the resources that are available to help you in designing and implementing your blended learning approach.

Resources to support low-impact approach

Resource

Type of support

University guidanceIf you are making any changes to assessment you will need to follow the University's Programme Amendment Policy (City username and password required).

Blended Learning Resource


Planning resources

Developing a Module Plan

If you are making any changes to assessment you will find the planning for assessment guidance useful

Designing and Developing resources

Engaging and motivating students in blended learning modules

Effective Moodle module design

Designing effective online activities

Providing online assignment instructions if you are making any change to your assessment.

Teaching Online resources

Inducting students to blended learning modules

Online facilitation techniques      

Using Moodle reports to support students 

Evaluation resources

Evaluating a blended learning approach

EdTech Guidance site

The EdTech Guidance Site has how-tos and step-by-step guidance for all the supported educational technologies at City.

Educational technology workshops

Develop expertise in how to integrate technology effectively in your teaching through attendance at Educational Technology workshops.

Educational Technology Team

The Educational Technology Team in LEaD can provide advice on guidance on the effective use of educational technology.

Resources to support medium-impact approach

Resource

Type of support

University guidanceIf you are designing or redesigning a module or programme you will need to follow the University's guidance on programme development, amendments and approvals.

Blended Learning Resource


Planning resources

Consider your module features

Developing a Module Plan

Planning for assessment

Designing and Developing resources

Engaging and motivating students in blended learning modules

Effective Moodle module design

Designing effective online activities

Providing online assignment instructions if you are making any change to your assessment.

Teaching Online resources

Inducting students to blended learning modules

Online facilitation techniques      

Using Moodle reports to support students 

Evaluation resources

Evaluating a blended learning approach

EdTech Guidance site

The EdTech Guidance Site has how-tos and step-by-step guidance for all the supported educational technologies at City.

Educational technology workshops

Develop expertise in how to integrate technology effectively in your teaching through attendance at Educational Technology workshops

LEaD Academic Team

Each School has been allocated an academic liaison from the LEaD Academic Team who can advise you on effective academic practice.

MA in Academic Practice modules

Develop expertise in how to integrate technology effectively in your teaching and to develop blended curricula by enrolling on relevant modules on the Masters in Academic Practice.  

Educational Technology Team

 

The Educational Technology Team in LEaD can provide advice on guidance on the effective use of educational technology.
Resources to support high-impact approach

Resource

Type of support

University guidanceIf you are designing or redesigning a module or programme you will need to follow the University's guidance on programme development, amendments and approvals.

Blended Learning Resource


Planning resources

Consider your module features

Developing a Module Plan

Planning for assessment

Designing and Developing resources

Engaging and motivating students in blended learning modules

Effective Moodle module design

Designing effective online activities

Providing online assignment instructions

Teaching Online resources

Inducting students to blended learning modules

Online facilitation techniques      

Using Moodle reports to support students 

Evaluation resources

Evaluating a blended learning approach

EdTech Guidance site

The EdTech Guidance Site has how-tos and step-by-step guidance for all the supported educational technologies at City.

Educational technology workshops

Develop expertise in how to integrate technology effectively in your teaching through attendance at Educational Technology workshops.

LEaD Academic Team

Each School has been allocated an academic liaison from the LEaD Academic Team who can advise you on effective academic practice. 

MA in Academic Practice modules

Develop expertise in how to integrate technology effectively in your teaching and to develop blended curricula by enrolling on relevant modules on the Masters in Academic Practice. 

Educational Technology Team

The Educational Technology Team in LEaD can provide advice on guidance on the effective use of educational technology.



Blended learning home

Consider your module features (Medium and high - impact approaches)

Module Plan

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