Not posted for a while - been taking on additional duties.
Attended a really good development event in May where the standout sessions for me were the ones on the library and neurodiversity.
The library's Being Digital website is a treasure trove of activities to support learners: I used their plagiarism activities in a tutorial I organised in May. And the others look like they will be extremely useful to refer students to when their reflective exercises have shown up weaknesses that I cannot simply direct them to module resources to support - things like writing effectively and finding information.
The neurodiversity session was more useful to me as a "finding people like me" exercise - many of the suggestions were things like using suitable fonts and pastel/grey backgrounds for slides and were important and good to know - but I'd already picked them up from teaching in secondary schools during Covid.
One thing that I watched a session leader do at the start of a seminar (I think it was a recorded session now I come to think of it) was to load the learning objectives slide with the drawing tool. Then she dropped loads of stars onto the slide and made the drawing tool accessible to all the attendees. This allowed the attendees to highlight which learning objective they were most interested in finding out about during the session and allowed her to take the audience into account when deciding how much detail to go into.