Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) is a phrase
used to describe teaching and learning methods that are supported
or facilitated by the use of technology. This could include
accessing teaching resources and activities online, communication
tools and multimedia, online assessment, and classroom
technologies, such as personal response systems and interactive
whiteboards. We support a number of technologies to facilitate TEL.
Click the links below to find out more about some of the core tools
we can help with:
Moodle enables students and lecturers
to interact within a collaborative virtual learning environment
where course materials can be easily managed and accessed. Moodle
is also used to handle electronic assignment submission.
Mahara is an e-Portfolio tool which is
designed to allow users to create and share content. It can be used
in a variety of ways, for example for assessment or for
Library makes it easy for staff and students to upload
a range of media files like MPEG, AVI, Windows Media, Quick Time,
and MP3 files. Your media content can then be easily
embedded into other systems, for example in module pages in
portfolio pages in Mahara.
Turnitin is a tool designed to deter
and detect plagiarism, whereby submitted work is scanned against a
large database of websites, books, journals and previously
We are also able to provide advice on:
- e-Submission, marking and feedback
- TEL Quality Framework
- e-Pedagogies and curriculum design
- Virtual Classroom Technology
- Using audio and video
- Using tablet computers, such as iPads
- Design and development of resources
- Supporting project bids.
If you would like some advice or want to
discuss some technology not listed here, please get in touch with a
member of our team.