Where to go for support - finding and using digital tech to enhance your teaching and learning, whether that's face-to-face, online or a blend of the two.
Learning technologists in Academic IT (IT Services) can meet with individual faculty members on request to recommend or research tools to help with their teaching and educational needs. They can also support course developers to design rich, technology-enhanced learning experiences.
Academic IT's learning technologists work closely with colleagues who develop and support WebLearn, the University's Virtual Learning Environment, and the Replay lecture capture service. They can refer faculty staff to relevant workshops and other training opportunities at the IT Learning Centre.
The Department for Continuing Education has over 20 years' experience designing, developing and delivering online courses. The Department's Technology-Assisted Lifelong Learning (TALL) unit also provides learning design consultancy, development and hosting services for University departments and other clients globally.
Medical Science Division Learning Technologies (MSDLT)
If your group or department is in the Medical Sciences Division, and you are looking into using digital technology for teaching, learning and assessment, MSD's Learning Technologies (MSDLT) team can provide everything from a helping hand to bespoke software development.
All support is free. Find out more about MSDLT or drop them an email.