Students, tell us about your recent digital learning experience.
Take part in the Student Digital Experience Insights Survey – a short online survey to find out how you use technology and how this affects your learning experience.
This is an opportunity to voice your opinions, shape your digital experience and to win a £100 voucher or one of five £20 vouchers.
Cloud computing is often rated as one of the most sought-after tech skills, and with the recent shift towards remote working and learning, there’s no surprise that employers are searching for graduates with these skills.
Students, don’t miss out on an exciting opportunity by Microsoft to access their live training webinars, exam practice tests and Microsoft Fundamentals certification exams for FREE!
The three courses available for free are:
- 5th April 2022 – AI Fundamentals
- 7th April 2022 – Azure Fundamentals
- 8th April 2022 – Security Fundamentals
For more information about these free courses, download this information flyer by Microsoft:
You can also register your place for these courses through Cloud Ready Skills.
Productivity seems to be the order of the day, with LinkedIn Learning courses related to Microsoft 365 being the most viewed by staff and students recently. We’re all familiar with Microsoft 365 but how many of us take full advantage of the tools and functionality it offers?
The use of MS Teams really came into its own during the pandemic across education sectors and the world of work with 91% of Fortune 100 companies using it in 2019. Beyond meeting virtually, MS Teams aids collaboration via chats, file sharing, task management, project planning, to-do lists and more. I recently attended an MS Teams meeting which made excellent use of virtual whiteboards, a tool I wasn’t aware of until then. Deciding which productively tool to use and when can be tricky, so learning more about each will help you in that decision.
Today we are celebrating International Women’s Day! IWD provides an important moment to celebrate the cultural, political and socio-economic achievements of women, and is a call to action for equality and gender parity, raising awareness against all bias.
The theme this year is #BreakTheBias, focusing on tackling systematic barriers which hold back women’s careers and highlighting the importance of flexibility at work.
We have also created a campaign on LinkedIn Learning for International Women’s Day and you can access this from the main LinkedIn Learning dashboard.
It’s #UniMentalHealthDay today! A day to bring together the University community to make mental health a University-wide priority.
An important element of the Jisc Digital Capabilities Framework is Digital Wellbeing, a term used to describe the impact that technologies and digital services can have on people’s mental, physical, social and emotional health.
If you need support remember there are a range of services able to help.