Preparing for the new academic year - Have you taken the Introduction to Teams training that is available via the DMUhub.
Do you know about the new Blackboard module shell policy and the module shell structure for the new year.
supports and guides your use, both technically and pedagogically, of the various learning technologies available at DMU.
If you find that you still have questions then the Digital Learning and Teaching team are also providing drop in sessions to offer support and guidance.
These drop-ins are taking place every Wednesday from 2 pm to 3 pm and every Thursday from 10 am to 11 am and can be accessed using the link below.
If you have questions after using the multi-modal resources provided on this page and you are unable to attend a drop-in:
The Digital Learning and Teaching team can provide support and guidance for:
The majority of our training is delivered as e-learning through Blackboard, with some systems supported by face-to-face classroom training. Please go to DMU Hub, and the My Development tile to book onto upcoming training events.
Take a look at our range of 'How To' guides for easy to follow instructions on using various software systems and applications.
Training Manuals & Workbooks
Staff can also download our training resources, including training manuals and associated training files for self-study.
Contact Telephone: 0116 257 7160 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
All staff should have access to a site on Blackboard called; Mandatory Online Training for Staff
You'll find this on the left-hand side of your Blackboard Home Page
Like all universities, DMU has an obligation to implement robust policies and procedures to comply with statutory and regulatory duties. As employees of DMU, we are encouraged to undertake mandatory and essential training to ensure that we adhere with regulations and the law. By undertaking the training we ensure that our knowledge, skills and understanding of these important areas are kept up to date; enabling us to work safely, effectively and confidently in our roles; In support of this, we have a suite of mandatory training courses; onto which all staff are automatically enrolled
The Centre for Academic Innovation (CAI) is De Montfort University's hub for developments in pedagogic praxis and associated practical research.
CAI supports and disseminates teaching and learning good practice across the university and beyond, and our aim is to become a world-leading centre of pedagogic and academic innovation and excellence, with a focus on enhancing and disrupting the learning and teaching experience
The full staff development calendar and booking is available via the DMU hub.