An online space for sharing resources and guidance on online tutoring, and for colleagues to discuss issues and share examples of practice. The content of this space will be added to and enhanced over the next few weeks and collates and shares relevant resources and events that have been made publicly available within the UK and US. The space currently contains some guidance on holding remote tutorials meetings, checklists for working from home, freely available video conferencing tools, using video conferencing to support online tutoring, and links to webinars on using Microsoft Teams and Blackboard Collaborate for online tutoring.
This space is freely available for anyone to make use of and is not just limited to UKAT members. To access it, click the button below or visit https://bit.ly/online-tutoring. Follow the instructions to sign up with your email address and your choice of password. If you already have an account for the UKAT Learning system (e.g. because you are participating in the pilot of the UKAT Professional Recognition scheme), you do NOT need to create a new account and can login with your existing username and password.