In this session, Daniel Scott and Rachel Evans – Digital Practice Advisers from the university’s Organisational Development team – will draw on their knowledge, skills and experience from being the staff-facing ‘PebblePad helpdesk’ throughout the pilot scheme and transition to service. Daniel and Rachel will provide an overview of three case studies focussing on NTU colleagues who created three very different PebblePad Workbooks for their students. They will explain what worked well, what didn’t and what could be improved as a result of positive experimentation. The webinar will conclude with their own recommendations around PebblePad Workbook design, developed through their understanding and practice when delivering workshops on a range of PebblePad topics to NTU colleagues from a variety of subject disciplines. This session will be useful for those thinking about the following questions:
- Who will create my Workbook for me?
- What kinds of Workbooks can I create?
- Why do I need to create a Workbook?
- When is best to use a Workbook?
- Where and how will a Workbook be accessed?
- What kinds of Workbooks have been successful for employability, revision and a subject?
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A recording of this session is available from https://eu.bbcollab.com/recording/399dcf4174cb44ccb26b99884e017374