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Who are the Digital Learning Team?

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The Digital Learning Team works with academic staff and professional services to support technology enhanced learning (TEL) at the University. 


There are two strands to this work: 

Learning Design and Learning Technology - to support Blended Learning, a strategy to deliver learning using online and traditional face to face teaching. 

Creative Media to Enhance Learning and Research - to provide educators and researchers with the digital resources required to deliver learning, research, public engagement. 

Within the team, there are a number of specialists with expertise in different aspects of TEL, Teaching & Learning and resource creation. 


How you might use the Digital Learning Team

1. As a result of recent feedback, I would like to re-develop my course and include more interactive video that students say they benefit from. 

2. I'm looking for ways for my students to interact and participate in the lecture, perhaps through in-lecture voting and polling.

3. I would like to create learning resources for my students and I'm interested in the technology that might enable me to do this.

4. I'm interested in developing my course so that it's properly blended, I'd like to see what I can put online and what I need to teach face to face.


How do I engage the Digital Learning Team?

The majority of projects come to the team via the Associate Dean Education for each faculty and this would be a good person to speak to about your needs.

Alternatively, you may wish to speak to your BRM who will guide you through the process of working with the team. 

If you have a specific media request, then you can use the new Media Request Form.

For all other requests, please contact ServiceLine.


Do you support research?

Yes, we often work with researchers on projects to support funding bids, research papers, impact case studies, outreach and public engagement. 

This work might include online courses, video abstract, podcast, graphic or interactive media. There are more examples of our work here in our research playlist.


To find out more about the Digital Learning Team visit our website. 


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