Code First Girls run a range of free online coding courses for women and non-binary students and recent graduates. As an affiliate partner of Code First Girls, University of Bath students get priority access to their South West regional courses.
Your digital skills and capabilities
Supporting you to develop your digital skills and capabilities, through resources, tools and technologies at Bath.
We use the JISC digital capability framework to help you develop and evaluate your digital skills.
This framework categorises digital skills in six key areas:
- ICT Proficiency
- Information, data and media literacies
- Digital creation, problem solving and innovation
- Digital communication, collaboration and participation
- Digital learning and development
- Digital identity and wellbeing.
We've also compiled University of Bath resources linked to the six areas of digital capabilities. You can use these, as well as the resources highlighted in your personalised report, to develop your skills.Access digital skills resources on MySkills
At Bath you'll use a range of tools for your learning, teaching and assessment:
- Moodle is our online virtual learning platform used to support learning and teaching, host resources and online activities, and support student collaboration.
- Inspera is the University’s online assessment platform. You may have to take some exams on Inspera, usually remotely.
- Re:View (Panopto) is a video platform used to record and store video material.
- Zoom is a collaborative webinar tool used for online teaching, tutorials and seminars.
- Mahara is an e-portfolio system used to collect digital content to share learning, skills and development.
- Office 365 gives you access to Office applications like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Teams.
You can find links to these tools and further guidance on MySkills.Access guidance on using Bath’s tools on MySkills