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2021 Webinar 2: ABC LD and the challenges of online 21/04/2021 at 2pm

21 April 2021 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm BST

The ABC LD team is launching a new series of webinars for 2021 to share the latest developments of the ABC learning design method.

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2021 Webinar 2: ABC LD and the challenges of online

21/04/2021 at 2pm

 

ABC learning design is a widely used ‘sprint’ method to help busy university and college teachers review and redesign their courses for blended modes.

Originally run as face-to-face workshops, in just 90 minutes teaching teams work together to create a visual ‘storyboard’ of activities representing the student journey. Assessment methods, programme-level themes and institutional policies can all be integrated easily. International ABC user groups soon emerged to share ideas, translations and localisations.

The Covid crisis impacted in two ways; one positive, one negative. As even traditionally minded universities were forced to ‘pivot’ rapidly to online learning provision, the advantages of digital modes and the need for learning design suddenly became clearer. However traditional ABC on-campus workshops were impossible. The community responded swiftly by experimented with online approaches.

Clive Young and Nataša Perović, the UCL originators of ABC, have now created and trialled their own online version based on Google Jamboard and UCL’s Learning Designer tool. In this webinar Clive and Nataša will show how this works and compare on-campus and online versions.

Register https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/abc-ld-and-the-challenges-of-online-tickets-147769559731

 

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Recording of this webinar is now available via: Zoom

 

Presentation: ABC LD and the challenges of online Webinar, PDF 4.5Mb

 

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Date:
21 April 2021
Time:
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm BST
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