Consultation and advice on the application of digital technologies to enhance teaching, learning and assessment in the University. Learning technologies comprise generic and purpose-designed tools for advancing students’ knowledge, collaboration and formative and summative assessment. They include simulation and modelling tools, quizzes, voting (polling) tools, online resources (including OER), mobile apps, discussion forums, blogs, wikis and social media. Consultation can include assistance in conducting research and evaluation with academics and students to better understand the experience and impact of technology-enhanced teaching and learning, and e-assessment.
The stage in the service lifecycle at which the service currently resides. Lifecycle = planned, new, live, notice, closed
The level of user activity at this point in the academic year.
Business activity level
The regular period during which routine maintenance could take place.
Would making a change to the service today present too high a risk to the University?
Restricted change period
Technology Enhanced Learning
|Support hours||09:00 - 17:00, Mon - Fri*|
|IT Board||Education IT Board|
|Business owner||Denise Conway|
* except bank holidays and University closure days
How do I...?
Raise a support call
Training available through the IT Learning Centre (ITLC).
Charges are applicable for: academics, departments, students.
Initial consultations and support are free of charge (typically 3-4hrs). Following this time will be charged at the IT Services recharge rate.