The SSH Training Discovery Toolkit provides an inventory of training materials relevant for the Social Sciences and Humanities.
Use the search bar to discover materials or browse through the collections. The filters will help you identify your area of interest.
|Computing & Library Services (CLS), University Repository, University of Huddersfield||
The University Repository was launched in May 2007 to provide a digital collection of the research output of the University. It strongly encourages all University researchers to deposit their research on open access. All citation data is made available on open access and where possible the ‘full text’ of this content is also accessible. Material in the repository will conform to the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting and is indexed by Google (Scholar) and Summon, the Library's web scale discovery service. Data from the Repository also feeds the research output pages on the Research office’s academic staff profiles. Any University of Huddersfield member of staff, researcher or postgraduate research student, can deposit material. ('Researcher' may include visiting fellows/professors, who would also be eligible to deposit material).
|Open Education Resources - The University of Edinburgh||
Open Education Resources (OERs) are digital resources used in the context of teaching and learning that have been released by the copyright holder under an open licence permitting their use and re-purposing by others.
We believe that open educational resources play an important role in supporting our vision, purpose and values; to discover knowledge and make the world a better place, and to ensure our teaching and research is diverse, inclusive, accessible to all and relevant to society. In line with the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Educational Resources we also believe that OER can make a critical contribution to achieving the aims of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals which the University and Students Association are committed to through the SDG Accord.
Living for Tomorrow (reg. 80107048) was founded on August 17, 1999. The organisation was created by people looking for ways to transform Sexual Health Education and Human Trafficking prevention: engage gender-sensitive active learning, make it inclusive, acceptable, interesting and comprehensible.
Among its publications, this NGO offers Guidance for Training the Trainers with useful tips and methodologies to conduct Train-The-Trainer sessions.
|New Mexico Broadband Program||
The New Mexico Department of Information Technology was created in 2007 to provide state government a strong technical foundation to better serve its citizens and to create more accountability and efficiency in the information technology arena. The new Department is focused on providing excellent service to its customers.
Within its training resources, the New Mexico Department of Information Technology offers "Broadband Train the Trainer Toolkit", a resource for developing trainings in Basic and Business Digital Literacy. These toolkits are self-contained packagez providing the information, guidance, and materials needed for an institution, organization, community group, or individual to deliver trainings in digital literacy and business success.
Geneva Center for Security Center Governance (DCAF) is dedicated to making states and people safer, within a framework of democratic governance, the rule of law and respect for human rights. Since 2000, the Centre has facilitated, driven and shaped security sector reform (SSR) policy and programming around the world.
DCAF creates innovative knowledge products, promotes norms and good practices, and provides legal and policy advice. DCAF supports capacity building of state, civil society and private sector stakeholders by providing access to independent expertise and information on Security Sector Governance and Reform (SSG/R).
DCAF's publications include a number of toolkits for trainers, training tips, and training modules on security issues.
|Copyright the Card Game Online||
Introduction to copyright law and the relationship between licences and copyright exceptions. The four ‘suits’ in the game are:
|Researchers, Impact & Publications (R.I.P.)||
Increasing researcher awareness of the importance of the links between good Research Data Management, published articles, funder requirements and the research lifecycle is a large part of a Research Support services’ role. The University of Bristol’s Research Data Service has adapted the cult game ‘Cards Against Humanity’ for a research environment.
Whilst the game demonstrated here is specific to Research Data Management and its relationship to decisions made during the research lifecycle, the mechanism allows for adaptations across multiple fields: teams in contracts, ethics, research development and data protection can also benefit by developing their own questions and using this game as strategy to reach their audience.
In addition to its use as a tool for engaging with researchers, Cards Against Humanity has openness at its core. The originators state it is ‘meant to be remixed’, and have issued Cards against Humanity with a CC-BY-NC-SA licence.
|Scratch: Programming for Teachers||
In this course you will learn the basics of programming and how to teach it yourself as a primary or secondary school teacher.
|Community Engagement: Collaborating for Change||
Learn principles and strategies for engaging with global communities through partnerships, research, service, and learning.
This course is for anyone — from novices to experienced practitioners — who wants to work more effectively with community members and organizations, including through, but not limited to:
|OpenAIRE CoP training coordinators||
The Community of Practice for Training Coordinators (CoP) is an informal network to share training experiences initiated by a group of people who coordinate training programmes of research and e-infrastructures. This initiative of starting a Community of Practice for training coordinators aims to map out the training activities of various pan-European, EOSC-related initiatives and strengthen their training capacity by improved alignment, sharing experiences and good practices, initiating cross-infrastructure training activities.