CILT facilitates online learning

14 October 2016 | Story by Newsroom

The Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching (CILT) has compiled a guide to help UCT lecturers deliver teaching and learning activities online, in particular for a scenario in which face-to-face lectures and tutorials are not able to resume this year. This live, online guide is available through Google Docs, and may evolve over the coming days.

CILT has also set up a daily hotseat for walk-in advice for lecturers with any questions about online learning approaches and tools.

CILT hotseat
UCSLC Teaching Lab
Level 4, Steve Biko Building
Monday 17 October – Friday 21 October

Hotseat sessions will focus on teaching and learning strategies for online teaching and technical help for Vula, Adobe Connect, and recording lectures. CILT are also happy to arrange sessions on other UCT campuses on request (depending on demand and venue availability).

Hotseat details are also included in the online guide.

16:45, 18 October 2016

CILT is acutely aware that access to technology, connectivity and data is not available to all. That's why academics at CILT have prepared a working document for academics and educators working with UCT students, outlining several strategies for addressing students' unequal access to technology.
Access this guide online...

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