Minute and Report Writing
Tuesday, 13 October at 10am - 12pm
Writing a set of minutes or a validation report for the first time can be a daunting task with a number of questions to be answered such as: what should and shouldn't be recorded; what style should be used; how do I turn my notes into minutes or a report.
The University is committed to being transparent in its record keeping, but consideration should be given to how an outside audience may interpret committee minutes and validation reports. Minutes and reports should be accurate, written in an appropriate style (ie not verbatim record of who said what), and appropriate - issues or concerns should be recorded in a factual manner with clear actions identified.
This session is aimed at answering those questions using exercises and practical examples.
Relevant dimensions of the UKPSF
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23 March (10am - 12pm)
Using technology to support inclusive teaching practice
This session will provide you with an opportunity to understand the importance of inclusive learning and teaching practice and how technology can be used to support these approaches. The practical activities will enable you to gain experience of these technologies and the evaluation techniques which can be used to assess their accessibility.
For more information please view our dedicated webpage.