This session explores the area of immersive technology. You will look at examples and discover what is possible, while thinking about how immersive technology could be used in the future
More information on this session is coming soon. You can still book to attend in the meantime.
This session will be run by Disability Support Librarians, Anja Badock and Sarah Fleetwood-Florey. The session will introduce you to the main principles of creating Microsoft PowerPoint presentations that are accessible
This session is part of the Digital Creation, Innovation and Problem solving area on Blackboard.
We’ve added new workshop sessions focusing on going beyond just lecture capture with Panopto. Come along to find out more about how you can use Panoto from anywhere to create
You’ll find this session in the Digital Creation Innovation and Problem Solving area on Blackboard
This session is running on multiple dates across all campuses. Click the link below to view dates and book onto a session.
Taster sessions are a great place to start engaging with the programme. These sessions run regularly at every campus, so there is plenty of opportunities to attend. During a taster session, you’ll find out more about what the area means, how it can relate to you and your team and how it could relate to students. You’ll have a chance to get hands-on with some activities that will help you explore some of the latest tools and technologies and question what is most important to you. You’ll also receive a
Before launching the programme we ran an activity with as many staff teams as we could to explore where they felt specific digital skills lay in relation to the 6 capability areas and how important they felt
We put together a series of cards containing typical digitally
This activity helped us to think about key digital skills and capabilities that
Glenside Library Team
Bower Ashton Library Team
Frenchay Enquiries Team
Library Team at Alexandra Warehouse
ACE Frenchay Team
If we didn’t get round to speaking to your team, do get in touch, we’d like to speak to as many people in SSS as possible so we can hear a range of thoughts and ideas that could influence the direction of the programme.