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 the University's core digital learning and teaching services:
- Canvas, the University's new Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)
- WebLearn, the University's VLE
- Replay, Lecture Capture service
- Turnitin, plagiarism awareness service
Book a consultation
You can book a learning technologist to help you evaluate and implement digital tools in your teaching and learning. For example:
- Short initial meeting (1-2 hours)
- Workshops and training (3-4 hours)
- Intensive side-by-side support, helping to trial tools and approaches (e.g. 2-5 days over a term)
They can also refer you to relevant workshops and other training opportunities at the IT Learning Centre. More in-depth support is available.
Book a meeting now by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.