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The Online Education Exchange plays an important role in supporting staff learning around the Online Education Framework. Everyone involved in teaching and support of learning at St George’s is encouraged to join.

Held on MS Teams, the Exchange hosts Peer Exchange of Practice Sessions, Workshops and Training. Relevant Sessions are recorded and available on the site. Please see the list below.

There is also a weekly Drop-in for any technical an/or pedagogical questions: Tuesdays 4- 5 pm. As a member of the Exchange you’ll receive notifications of new events.

To Join the Exchange:

  • For SGUL staff, join by clicking this link. Alternatively you can join by entering the following access code in Teams: “al7va30” (Within your Teams App: Select “Teams” in the menu > Select “Join or create a team” > enter the above code in “Join a team with a code”).

  • For Joint Faculty staff, email and request access to the “Online Education Exchange” Teams site.

  • For clinical or practice colleagues without SGUL account, email, quoting ‘Online Education Exchange’ in the title of your email and requesting access to the “Online Education Exchange” Teams site.


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Recorded peer exchanges (1 hour)

  • Emma Baker, BSc Clinical Pharmacology: ‘Creating a Learning Journey in Canvas’

  • Mukunthan Srikantharajah, Clinical Teaching Fellow: ‘Designing and running a Virtual Ward Round’

  • Mark Preece, BSc Clinical Pharmacology: ‘Synchronous and asynchronous - what's it like in practice?’ 

  • Michael James Dean, BSc Diagnostic Radiography: ‘Scaffolding students' learning in Canvas’ 

  • Karen John-Pierre, Library: ‘Liaising with the library: 5 ways the library supports online education’

  • Pedro Elson, MBBS: ‘Building learning communities using Microsoft Teams’

  • Georgia Longhurst, ‘Facilitating Virtual Learning in Anatomy’

  • Daniel Berwick, Biomedical Sciences, ‘Lessons from designing online science material at the Open University’

Recorded Workshops

  • Planning and designing the learning week

  • Effective lecturing

  • Using Panopto to capture and enhance your teaching



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