Sessions in Nexus 365, Panopto, ORLO and Inspera
Online sessions to support flexible and inclusive teaching and learning at Oxford
The Centre for Teaching and Learning promotes the following sessions provided by our colleagues in IT Services (for Teams and Panopto), the Libraries (for ORLO), and the Exams and Assessments team (for Inspera).
|Description and booking links
Nexus 365: Up and running with Teams
Are you using Nexus 365 apps such as Teams for your work? Are you looking to learn more about its cloud-based functionality and how to use it with more confidence? The session will cover Microsoft Teams functionality at the University and look at developments in individual and group collaboration. Participants will have an opportunity to try out some of the tools in real time.
|Creating reading lists using ORLO
Do you want to provide reading lists with direct links to e-books and articles? Oxford Reading List Online (ORLO) is an online reading list platform which makes it easy to create reading lists with direct links to e-books, articles and other e-resources and which show real time availability for physical resources in Oxford Libraries. This is an introductory session for academics, administrators and any staff supporting reading lists.
|ORLO: Getting started
This is an Oxford LibGuide that provides training videos and guides for staff, administrators and academics.
|Panopto - First Steps
Do you need to record your lectures/teaching sessions? You can do this using a software tool called Panopto which is provided by the University's Lecture Capture Service. This short workshop is designed for people who have never used Panopto.
Panopto - Next Steps
Are you already using Panopto for simple recordings and want a deeper understanding of more of the features? In this webinar we look at how to use the web editor to organise your recordings and how to use captioning to improve accessibility. We cover how Panopto can work with other tools such as YouTube, Canvas and hand-held devices. There are opportunities to ask questions after each topic.
|Inspera support sessions
Inspera is an e-assessment platform used by the University for the submission of coursework and for both open-book and closed-book examinations. You can book a support call with the Exams and Assessments team to learn more about Inspera, or to get help setting up question sets and tests in Inspera for a specific assessment.