I made a think! Sort of. One of the things I don’t enjoy about being a proper manager of a team is that I don’t have a great deal of time for content creation type work myself, instead the fun stuff gets devolved to my team.
The University’s new Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Portal is the outcome of a project I was given around six months ago. The brief being to collate all of the University’s various supplementary EDI staff training into once place and in a form which will allows self-directed study. The content of the portal contains two types. The first is training and awareness sessions which we deliver in-house, facilitated by our EDI Manager, and with my assistance turned into self-directed learning with a pre-recoded video, learning outcomes, and supporting resources. The second is packages of eLearning which we obtain or have access to, where I again add in supporting materials and learning outcomes as required. From the screenshots included above, the LGBTQI+ Awareness unit is an example of the former, and Britain’s Black Cultures and Steps to Anti Racism, the latter.
It feels strange writing about this one as it doesn’t feel like ‘mine’, as the crucial element – the content itself – is being provided by others, and the graphics and page templates have been created by my brilliant team. However, I did bring it all together, so I think it is worth highlighting on here as something I am proud to have helped create.