For the current list of workshops see "workshops - available now". If a workshop you are interested in is not currently scheduled please email lttc@dit.ie with details. When possible we are happy to schedule workshops on request, particularly for small groups and programme teams.
Workshops listed below are loosely grouped under various headings, and may appear in more than one grouping.

Academic communication

Best practices: Developing effective academic writing with students

Publishing your own work

Wikis in education - learning with the webcourses wiki

Exploring the potential of ePortfolios for student learning

Webcourses

Webcourses - Introduction

Webcourses - Advanced

Mobile learning with webcourses

Plagiarism detection with SafeAssign

Webcourses - Assignments, SafeAssign and the GradeCentre

Webcourses - Assessments and the GradeCentre

Webcourses - Getting to grips with the GradeCentre

Wikis in education - Learning with the webcourses wiki

New Technologies

Exploring the potential of ePortfolios for student learning

Introduction to Articulate

Mobile Learning: Get Appy!

MOOCs - the what, the why and a little of the how

Using Smartboards in your teaching practice

Using student response systems in the classroom

Lecture capture with Echo360: What it is and how to do it

Delivering effective webinars

Promoting Student Engagement

Critical thinking, reading and writing for students

Engaging your students: an overview of practical tips and tools available to all lecturers

Exploring the potential of ePortfolios for student learning

Fresh thinking for the new semester

For flip's sake: Just what is the flipped classroom?

How to help your students think: an introduction to problem based learning

Lecture capture with Echo360: What it is and how to do it

Planning for Learning: Designing effective teaching events

Teaching and assessing large groups

Using clickers in the classroom

Enhancing Academic Practice

The curriculum challenge: Aligning learning outcomes, teaching-learning strategies and assessment

Critical thinking, reading and writing for students

Delivering effective webinars

Developing a hybrid module

For flip's sake: Just what is the flipped classroom?

Planning for learning: Designing effective teaching events

Publishing your own work

Teaching and assessing large groups

Assessment and Feedback

The curriculum challenge: Aligning learning outcomes, teaching-learning strategies and assessment

Exploring the potential of ePortfolios for student learning

"Is it on the exam?" Practical tips for changing assessment practices

Plagiarism detection with SafeAssign

Webcourses - Using the assessment and assignment tools

The assessment challenge: Aligning learning outcomes, teaching-learning strategies and assessment practices

Using clickers in the classroom

Supervising undergraduate dissertations