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The CoSector Digital Learning team have partnered with Blackboard, a global leader in online learning, to equip staff with the right skills and competencies to effectively use technology in their teaching and learning approach.  The professional development course sets a standard for quality, teaching excellence and a better student experience.

  • Course A - providing the essential fundamentals of digital teaching and learning
  • Course B - ways to implement a digital platform in order to help maximise students' chances for success
  • Course C - how to create exemplary online courses for students and becoming masters of the digital ecosystem

What does the DTLS professional development course mean for your institution?

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Compliance with institution standards for teaching Increased value on investment of your learning technology Consistency in pedagogy delivery using technology Confidence of academic staff in their teaching and learning approach Blackboard administers examinations and certifications

Blackboard provides facilitators ongoing support and mentoring

Certification Programme

The Digital Teaching and Learning Series comprises of 3 courses that can be delivered within a flexible time frame, allowing learners with different levels of knowledge to participate and enter the program at different levels . Each course builds on the learnings of the previous course and culminates in an exam. After successful completion of the course and examination, your faculty are awarded a certification and designation certifying their skills and competencies.

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Find out more about the DTLS programme

Find out more about the DTLS programme and how you can enable your academic staff to deliver high quality teaching and learning using technology

Contact the Digital Learning team

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Read more about Blackboard's Digital Teaching and Learning Series here

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