Padlet: Staff Guides
Padlet is the University of Leeds institutional collaborative learning tool. Similar to a digital noticeboard, Padlets can be shared easily for others to contribute and/or refer to.
The University of Leeds has it's own login address for Padlet. Once you have created an account, you should use this to access Padlet: https://universityofleeds.padlet.org/. If you navigate to padlet.com you will not be re-directed to the university domain and will not benefit from the features available within the university domain.
You don't need to create an account to contribute or view an existing Padlet but will need an account to create your own. If you are looking for specific guidance on how to use Padlet, don't forget you can search this site. You may also find the A to Z of Padlet guides on this site helpful.
What is Padlet?
An introduction to Padlet
Create a Padlet account
You'll need to create a Padlet account before you can create your first Padlet.
Create and Share a Padlet
Want to create your own Padlet and not sure how to start, take a look at this guide.
Sharing and Embedding
Share your Padlet
Padlet is intuitive to use however it's sharing permissions can be confusing. We recommend you watch the quick 2 minute explainer video on sharing and visitor permissions.
Add a Padlet into a Minerva area
Staff can be added Padlet's into a Minerva area to make it easier for students to find.
Embed a Padlet into a Microsoft Team channel or meeting
You can embed a Padlet into a MS Team or online meeting window to make it easier for others to find it and contribute to it.
How to share and collaborate on Padlet with an individual user
You can share your Padlet with an individual user and allow them to view and contribute.
Answers to commonly asked questions.
Find guidance on how to ensure your Padlets are accessible to the widest number of people possible.
Padlet Language Support
Find information on the language support available by visiting Padlet's support site.
Search this site
Don't forget, you can search this site for the guidance you are looking for.
Need help finding a guide? If you are looking for specific guidance the A to Z of Padlet Guides lists all the Padlet guides currently available on this site. You can also search this site for the answers to your questions.