Anglia Learning and Teaching has put together a new schedule of online and face-to-face CPD for staff to get more familiar with media platform YuJa.
The new platform will allow us to develop effective Media Enhanced Teaching and Learning (METaL) strategies to engage students and enhance learning.
Sessions will include technical ‘how to’ workshops for YuJa and are all underpinned by good learning and teaching practice.
Bespoke sessions can be provided for Course or School Teams - please email Isobel.Gowers@aru.ac.uk to discuss further.
In addition, the following workshops will take place on the Cambridge and Chelmsford campuses on 7 September – our Media Day, part of DigiFest 2022.
This face-to-face session will explore different methods where students are learning through producing media. It provides us with an opportunity to get excited about students as producers, how we can incorporate this into our practice and the workflows needed to do this.
Book your place on Business World with codes STASPROD1 and STASPROD2.
Find out how to get started with YuJa. This practical session will cover everything you need to know to get started with YuJa, ARU’s new media system.
Book your place on Business World with codes INTROYUJ1 and INTROYUJ2.
This face-to-face session provides ideas how you could use YuJa to capture learning in the classroom and the technical skills to enable you to make these ideas reality.
Book via Business World with codes YUJCROOM1 and YUJCROOM2.
This online session is all about the basics of using YuJa Media for Media Enhanced Teaching and Learning (METaL). This hands-on workshop will cover logging into the system, uploading media, and publishing and sharing it with students in Canvas.
This online session builds on the ‘Getting Started with YuJa Media’ session. It assumes that you already know how to log into the system, upload and publish media. In this session we will look at using YuJa Media to capture your screen, to edit videos in YuJa Media and how to ensure your videos are accessible.
This online session builds on the ‘Getting Started with YuJa Media’ and ‘Next Steps with YuJa Media’ sessions. It looks at the tools that can make videos more interactive. This includes searching the transcript for topics, setting up video quizzes, using comments and student notes.
This online session looks at how YuJa can be used for formative and summative assessment. The focus of the session is on students submitting work to Canvas for feedback but will also include sharing assessed media with external partners using YuJa.
This online session is all about basics of using YuJa for Professional Services staff. This hands-on session will cover logging into the system, uploading media, publishing and sharing it with different audiences. Please note this session does not cover Canvas.