For other faculties

Read more about the workshops and webinars offered by STLL for other faculties

On this page you can see a list of workshops and webinars from ST Learning Lab which you can sign up for as an educator from Arts, BSS and Health.

All workshops and webinars has a min. at 6 participants from Science and Technology.

Workshops

Activating your students during theoretical exercises (TØ) (Workshop - 21 September 2017)

Content

In this workshop you will be introduced to activities and tools you can use to support students’ active learning in your theoretical exercise class. It will be demonstrated how you can use e.g. peer-instruction and peer-feedback to revitalize group work and class discussions.

During the workshop you will have the opportunity to discuss the design of your theoretical exercise class and you will develop one or more activities to be used in you course.

Learning outcome

After the workshop you should be able to

  • Discuss how peer-instruction and peer-feedback can support students’ learning
  • Develop teaching activities which support active learning during your theoretical exercises class
  • Discuss how you will assess students’ learning during your theoretical exercise class


Time and place

21 September 2017, 13:00-16:00 - in Build. 3210, Room 03.068, Navitas.  
The workshop is held by: Rikke Frøhlich Hougaard and/or Annika B. Lindberg, ST Learning Lab

Sign-up

Sign-up for the workshop here
Deadline for sign-up is 14.09.2017
There is a min. of 6 participants
The workshop is held in English, unless all participants speaks and understand Danish

Active learning in laboratory courses (LØ) (Workshop - 18 January 2018)

Content

In this workshop you will be introduced to activities and tools you can use to support your students active learning during the different phases of your laboratory course: Preparing before going to the laboratory, working in the laboratory, and working on the lab report. During the workshop you will have the opportunity to discuss the design of your laboratory course and you will develop one or more activities to be used in your course.

Learning outcome

After the workshop you should be able to

  • Describe the intended learning outcome in your laboratory course
  • Develop teaching activities, which support active learning during your laboratory course
  • Choose relevant methods to assess students’ learning during your laboratory course


Time and place

18 January 2018, 09:00-12:00 - in Build. 3210, Room 03.068, Navitas.
The workshop is held by: Rikke Frøhlich Hougaard, ST Learning Lab

Sign-up

Sign-up for the workshop here
Deadline for sign-up is 11.01.2018
There is a min. of 6 participants
The workshop is held in English, unless all participants speaks and understand Danish  

Workshops

Make your own videos - easily (Workshop - 28 September 2017)

Content

If done the right way, video is an effective and useful media for the development and transformation of teaching so that it is more flexible, engaging, and active. It can give the students a better support for their individual needs and demands.

At ST there is various easy ways to produce and distribute video based material in your teaching. We have two do-it-yourself webcast studios, you can borrow tablets to produce tabletcasts, we have screencast software, etc.

At this workshop, you will see different video formats, discuss the teaching considerations, and test different formats for video based materials as well as produce your own teaching materials.

Time and place

28 september 2017, 14:00-16:00 and we will help you until 17:00
– Navitas - Inge Lehmanns Gade 10, Build. 3210, room 03.068.
The workshop is held by: Mikkel Godsk, ST Learning Lab

Sign-up

Sign-up for the workshop here
Deadline for sign-up is 21.09.2017
There is a min. of 6 participants
The workshop is held in English, unless all participants speak and understand Danish

Blackboard and Adobe Connect (Webinar - 19 October 2017)

Content

The webinar will introduce you to some of the most used features in Adobe Connect, and help you to understand how to use Adobe Connect as a tool. We will show how Adobe Connect is integrated into Blackboard and how all recordings are automatically made available on the course without any extra work for you.

The main focus of the webinar is to make you, as a teacher, feel confident with the tool, and make you want to use it in your course.

Learning outcome

  • You will be able to produce and deliver video content using Adobe Connect
  • You will become familiar the basic tools in Adobe Connect


Time and place

19 October 2017, 11:00-11:30 – the link to access the webinar will be sent out later.
The webinar is held by: Bjarke Rahbek, ST Learning Lab

Sign-up

Sign-up for the webinar here
Deadline for sign-up is 12.10.2017
There is a min. of 6 participants
The workshop is held in English, unless all participants speak and understand Danish

Bb - Learning modules (Webinar - 16 November 2017)

Content

A learning module is an online way to structure your teaching and/or the students' preparation in a predetermined, sequential structure. The workshop focuses on:

  • How to create a learning module in Blackboard
  • The elements that can be part of a learning module
  • How to use learning modules i a traditional course as well as an online course
  • How a learning module looks from a student perspective and
  • How to use learning modules for feedback

Learning outcome

  • You can create and design a learning module
  • You know when to use a learning module
  • You can use learning modules in traditional teaching as well as online teaching
  • You can use learning modules to get feedback


Time and place

16 November 2017, 14:00-16:00 – the link to access the webinar will be sent out later.
The webinar is held by: Mikkel Godsk, ST Learning Lab

Sign-up

Sign-up for the webinar here
Deadline for sign-up is 9 November 2017
There is a min. of 6 participants
The workshop is held in English, unless all participants speak and understand Danish

Bb - Basic Blackboard (Workshop - 20 December 2017)

Content

You will be introduced to Blackboard through short lectures and hands-on exercises. The workshop gives you an overview of the system and its principles. You will be introduced to the functionalities needed to teach and get insight into the use of Blackboard at Science and Technology.

Learning outcome

  • You will have an overview of Blackboard and its principles
  • You will know the basic functionality used by teachers
  • You will know how to develop you Blackboard competences


Time and place

20 December 2017, 09:00-12:00 – in build. 3210, room 03.068, Navitas.
The workshop is held by: Jens Bennedsen, ST Learning Lab

Sign-up

Sign-up for the workshop here
Deadline for sign-up is 13.12.2017
There is a min. of 6 participants
The workshop is held in English, unless all participants speak and understand Danish