The iNOTE online Learning Pathways are supported by a series of DigitalEd Discovery Webinars running from April 27th to May 11th in 2020. See www.DigitalEd.ie
Many thanks to all the webinar contributors, who will lead sessions from April 27th to May 11th. The webinar team from GMIT includes: Annette Cosgrove, Cormac Quigley, Carina Ginty, Irene Hayden, John Healy, Orla Skehill, Phelim Murnion, Wayne Gibbons, Bridie Killoran and Laura Hegarty. External contributors include: Shelia MacNeill (ALT UK), Stephen Howe (Microsoft), Sue Beckingham (Sheffield Hallam University), Orna Farrell (DCU), Mark Glynn (DCU) and Inger-Marie Christensen (University of Southern Denmark).
A variety of digital teaching and learning themes will be covered and you can access the full programme at this link https://digitaled.ie/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/DigitalEd-Discovery-Webinar-Programme-V4.pdf and a copy is also attached.
To book any session on the programme, you can do this online at this link https://digitaled.ie/book-a-workshop/ or directly on eventbrite at this link https://digitaleddiscoverywebinarseries.eventbrite.ie. Before booking a session, please review the programme attached or at the link highlighted.
The webinar series is open to colleagues in GMIT, IT Sligo and LYIT. The webinars complement the iNOTE Academic Learning Pathway, online courses available to all staff through www.DigitalEd.ie. We encourage colleagues to choose any four or more webinars to engage with, to enhance your digital teaching and learning skills. There are lots of options to choose from!
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