Browser does not support script.
We have highlighted recommended technologies to enable fully flexible teaching and learning:
For guidance on these, you can visit the Technology Guides section in Flexible Teaching and Learning (internal KEATS module).
These guides explain the computing and IT requirements for staff and students for the 2021/22 academic year.
Whilst a range of tools are available to record video, Kaltura is a centrally supported King’s tool which allows for end-to-end video recording, editing and uploading to KEATS. Please note: video files should not be directly uploaded to KEATS as the file size can cause KEATS to slow and modules to become unresponsive for students.
See the Delivering Asynchronous Teaching and Learning section of Flexible Teaching and Learning (internal KEATS module) for guidance on planning, recording content for asynchronous delivery.
Where considered necessary and where no students will likely be disadvantaged by this format (e.g. because of time zones), synchronous lectures can be delivered and be live streamed for students to attend online. Microsoft Teams Meetings is recommended for use with synchronous activities. Your faculty may have other webinar tools they use, contact your Faculty TEL Officer for more information on local provision.
See the Delivering Synchronous Teaching and Learning section of Flexible Teaching and Learning (internal KEATS module) for guidance on planning and delivering synchronous online sessions.
KEATS takes a new centrality for teaching and learning in 2020/21 and resources are available to support you in understanding in designing and structuring a module for a fully flexible delivery.
See the Designing Learning section of Flexible Teaching and Learning (internal KEATS module) for guidance on designing and structuring a module for flexible teaching and learning. Information includes:
You can visit our Recommended Technologies page to learn about the options available for creating teaching content and delivering live sessions.
See the Incorporating Existing/Additional Content section of Flexible Teaching and Learning (internal KEATS module) for guidance.
See the MyReadingLists Guidance of further information.
See the Copyright information and guidance provided by Libraries and Collections.
The Digital Education Accessibility Task and Finish Group aims to enable inclusive digital education at King’s across all teaching and learning activity by developing policy and guidance to inform best practice.
Libraries and Collections can embed online learning activities, both synchronous and asynchronous into your module.
These cover topics including literature searching, searching for systematic reviews and critical appraisal as well as introductions to unique collections and archive materials.
Self-paced training is available on Teaching Online: Online Communities.
Microsoft Teams call (PDF Guide) can be used for 1-2-1 video calls.
Microteaching sessions bring educators together to teach each other as if they were teaching their students live online. We have prepared a KEATS Course for you to learn more about microteaching.
See the summative assessment techniques and tasks section of Flexible Teaching and Learning (internal KEATS module) for details guidance on designing and effective summative assessments.
See the formative assessment techniques and tasks section of Flexible Teaching and Learning (internal KEATS module) for details guidance on designing and effective formative assessments.