Five Top Resources for Online Delivery and Working Remotely

As we all continue to adapt to the way we work at this time, we’d like to share with you some of our handy (free) resources and tips to support online delivery and working remotely.

Five Top Resources for Online Delivery and Working Remotely

1: Resource Bank for Online/Blended Delivery

The Resource Bank was created by CDN and the sector to offer a set of useful guides in the following five areas to support online delivery: Designing for Online/Blended Delivery, Preparing Materials, Education for All, Managing the Online Space and Formative Assessment and Feedback.
Check out the Resource Bank here.

2: Online Series: Working, Managing and Leading Remotely

The new online series of resources was created to support staff across the college sector working remotely. It is made up of three separate modules:

Working Remotely aimed at all staff. Provides insights and tips on how to manage yourself and your space, so that you can stay focused, effective, and motivated.
Managing Remotely aimed at managers. This module is about managing remotely in a way that builds trust, clarifies expectations, and keeps colleagues engaged.
Leading Remotely aimed at senior leaders. It explores how you can lead remotely, particularly in a crisis, and focuses on ways you can engage everyone around a common purpose with positivity and a solutions focus.


We have partnered with Jisc to deliver a series of ‘Virtual Bridge’ webinars. These sessions are designed to support college staff in delivering remote learning and teaching.
Last year we delivered more than 100 Virtual Bridge webinars –
The following are just three examples from the Virtual Bridge series:

3: Virtual Bridge Session – Responding to the Digital Student

In this webinar Jess McBeath, SWGfl shared how we can support our students and staff to be safe and empowered online.

4: Virtual Bridge Session -Improving Personal Productivity through Digital

Want to improve productivity working from home? Learn how to manage your work more efficiently with digital support. Presentation delivered by Walter Paterson.
5: Virtual Bridge Session – Making Delivery Online Work for Everyone
It’s important to make the online experience as accessible as possible to all of our students. Here are some tips around how you can make that delivery work for everyone. Presentation delivered by Laura Hutton, Forth Valley College.
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