Virtual Bridge Webinars

Virtual Bridge Webinars 

Sessions will run Tuesday - Friday, 1100-1130 

 
Cost
All webinars are free to attend.
 
 
Registration Information
In the interest of security, when registering for these sessions, please ensure that you do not use a personal email address so we are able to verify you before confirming your booking. If you are unable to use a corporate email address, please contact events@cdn.ac.uk using the subject line ‘Virtual Bridge’, to provide your full name, role title, organisation, telephone number and which sessions you would like to attend.
 
Please note that joining information will be securely emailed to you approximately 24 hours before the start time of each session you are registered to attend.
 
All previous Virtual Bridge webinars are available to view on CDN’s YouTube Channel.
 
 
 

What to Expect from the Virtual Bridge Webinars

 
 
Bringing you expert advice on how to deliver Learning and Teaching Online

CDN has partnered with Jisc to bring you Virtual Bridge, a brand new series of webinars. A direct response to the current crisis, these sessions have been designed to support college staff in delivering remote learning and teaching.

The 30-minute sessions are now running 4 days a week (Tuesday - Friday, 11am) for the next three months and anyone can join for free!


 
 This Week's Virtual Bridge Programme

Tuesday 26 May
Session Information to Follow.
 
 
Wednesday 27 May
Google Sites 101
Lewis Ross, City of Glasgow College
 
Interested in developing a website? There are a lot of free options to choose from, Wordpress, Wix, and Weebly to name but a few. However, if you want to try something different (or simply have an aversion to the letter ‘w’), then why not try out Google Sites? A generous free hosting allowance, a range of education-friendly templates to choose from and an interface that’s easy to work with, it’s a strong contender. Join this session and see how easy it is to set up, with live examples of how we’ve used the platform to support partnership projects.
 
 
Thursday 28 May
Three Things to Try This Thursday
Kenji Lamb, CDN
 
Kenji Lamb, CDN, offers up:
  • A presentation approach
  • An assessment suggestion
  • Proof that your maths teacher is a genius.
 
Friday 29 May
Work-based Assessment from Afar
Jane Totten, West Lothian College
 
Session description to follow.

 

 
Registration Information
In the interest of security, when registering for these sessions, please ensure that you do not use a personal email address so we are able to verify you before confirming your booking. If you are unable to use a corporate email address, please contact events@cdn.ac.uk using the subject line ‘Virtual Bridge’, to provide your full name, role title, organisation, telephone number and which sessions you would like to attend.
 
Please note that joining information will be securely emailed to you approximately 24 hours before the start time of each session you are registered to attend. 
 
 
 
 
Please be aware that our booking Terms and Conditions have changed. To view our updated Terms and Conditions please click here.
 

 
 
 
 

 

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