Training & workshops

In order to support you in the development of remote teaching programs, there are various trainings and workshops offered throughout the university. In the overview below, you’ll find more information about these trainings and workshops.

Build and moderate your own online community

For whom? Teachers, supporting staff, moderators and senior students.

What? Learn everything you need to know about building and maintaining engaged online student communities for your course. This training covers making an action plan, deliberate design, theory & practice of communities, moderation techniques and evaluation.

How? A self guided training, that will take you about 4 hours.

Offered by: Centre for Innovation.

Link: Build your own online community and Moderate your online community

Personal and professional development - New Heroes

For whom? All university staff.

What? The University encourages you, as members of our staff, to use and develop your talents. We do so by supporting you in your career and in your personal and professional development.

How? Online modules on 7 different topics related to personal and professional development.

Offered by: Leiden University & New Heroes.

Link: Personal and Professional Development

ICLON courses

For whom? All university staff.

What? Courses about online learning.

How? Online trainings.

Offered by: ICLON.

Link: ICLON courses

Past webinars on Kaltura

For whom? All university staff.

What? Past webinars on Kaltura.

How? Part of a series of 23 different webinars, varying between 20 minutes to an hour on different topics on remote teaching, brought to you by a scala of people, including teachers and staff.

Offered by: the Centre for Innovation and ICLON.

Link: Converting Small Scale Education, How does it work? and Q&A: Support. If you want to view all the webinars, please go to the video portal.

Past webinars on Assessment

For whom? All university staff.

What? Past webinars on assessment.

How? Part of a series of 23 different webinars, varying between 20 minutes to an hour on different topics on remote teaching, brought to you by a scala of people, including teachers and staff.

Offered by: the Centre for Innovation and ICLON.

Link: Online Assessments, Q&A on Tools for Online Testing, Online supervision of students and Online formative assessment. If you want to view all the webinars, please go to the video portal.

Past webinars on Getting ready for online education

For whom? All university staff.

What? Past webinars on getting ready for online education.

How? Part of a series of 23 different webinars, varying between 20 minutes to an hour on different topics on remote teaching, brought to you by a scala of people, including teachers and staff.

Offered by: the Centre for Innovation and ICLON.

Link: Onboarding your Students to Online Learning, How to Prepare for Remote Teaching?, Online Instruction for Workgroups and Discussions and Data Responsibility & Privacy for Online Education. If you want to view all the webinars, please go to the video portal.

Past webinars on Didactical tips and tricks

For whom? All university staff.

What? Past webinars on didactical tips and tricks.

How? Part of a series of 23 different webinars, varying between 20 minutes to an hour on different topics on remote teaching, brought to you by a scala of people, including teachers and staff.

Offered by: the Centre for Innovation and ICLON.

Link: Technological possibilities & didactical responsibilities, Flipping the Online Classroom, Supporting students’ learning strategies and Building a Sense of Community in Online Courses. If you want to view all the webinars, please go to the video portal.

Past webinars on Tools

For whom? All university staff.

What? Past webinars on tools.

How? Part of a series of 23 different webinars, varying between 20 minutes to an hour on different topics on remote teaching, brought to you by a scala of people, including teachers and staff.

Offered by: the Centre for Innovation and ICLON.

Link: Online alternatives to lectures, How to prepare educational videos, Improving student engagement with tools, Online Tools Advise from a ICT Coordinator's point of view and Educational Podcasting. If you want to view all the webinars, please go to the video portal.

Past webinars on Inclusive education

For whom? All university staff.

What? Past webinars on inclusive education.

How? Part of a series of 23 different webinars, varying between 20 minutes to an hour on different topics on remote teaching, brought to you by a scala of people, including teachers and staff.

Offered by: the Centre for Innovation and ICLON.

Link: Inclusive (online) teaching practice and COVID-19 and Accessibility for all students. If you want to view all the webinars, please go to the video portal.