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Gamification, accessibility and Moodle MOTs – Sticky Campus Roadshow sessions to help students stick around with us

The first Sticky Campus Roadshow has started in Portsmouth this week (3 June) with sessions on gamification of learning and Moodle MOTs to help make our University a place where students will want to stick around even if they have no lectures to go to.

Sessions are available to all staff and selected sessions for students and will take place in a digitally enabled learning space to promote active learning with technology that will provide collaborative learning facilities for taught sessions and self directed study.

This week’s sessions

  • Moodle MOT – Improve how your units are displayed on Moodle to increase engagement with students

For: Unit/module coordinators and course leaders

  • Academic apprenticeship – Develop your educational research projects and work collaboratively on the development of project proposals

For: Academic Professional Apprentices and Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education course members

  • Collaboration and accessibility – Explore document accessibility in this hands-on workshop

For: Staff

  • Gamification using Kahoot – Use Kahoot to highlight how competitions can help with learning

For: Staff

  • Assessment for learning – Explore the use of digital tools to enable assessment for learning rather than assessment of learning

For: Staff – Course and Module Leaders, Online Course Developers, Learning Support Tutors/Developers

  • PFHEA retreat – A retreat for Principal Fellows (HEA)

For: Principal Fellows (HEA) or other interested parties

Book a session

More sessions and details of the roadshow can be found on Portsmouth’s Sticky Campus website with the full programme of events running until the end of June.

The roadshow takes place in room 0.2 of the City Learning Centre and is coordinated by Gavin Knight, Principal Lecturer from the School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences.

You can book on to sessions using the forms below:

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