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The Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) team supports staff in using a range of tools and technologies to enable effective e-pedagogy, most notably Moodle (our VLE), Mahara (our e-Portfolio) and our Media Library. The TEL team is part of the Academic Development Directorate.

Our team is currently a small one but we're a friendly bunch; so if you ever need any specialist advice or just want a chat about learning technologies, e-pedagogies and ways in which you can harness the benefits of technology for learning, feel free to email, call or just pop in to our office in Temple Hall for a chat.

We're located in the corner or Quad East/Quad North/Temple (TWM11), which unfortunately may be difficult to access for anyone with mobility issues, so please let us know if you would prefer us to come to you, or to meet in an alternative location.

You can email us at TEL@yorksj.ac.uk, or Tweet us @YSJTEL

 

The Team

Phil Vincent

Phil Vincent
Technology Enhanced Learning Manager
T: (01904) 876782 | E: p.vincent@yorksj.ac.uk | @PhilVincent

Phil’s focus is to work across Faculties to support the implementation of the Academic Strategy, and in particular contribute to the effective development and implementation of technology enhanced learning. Phil’s also develops the use of the institutional Media Library, by engaging and communicating with key stakeholders, offering advice, consultancy and support. Working to the Academic Development Directorate annual objectives and the TEL Quality Framework, he pro-actively supports and develop staff in their use of video & audio technology to enhance the student learning experience. Phil also supports staff in their use of WordPress for learning & teaching, and is interested in 'Flipped Classroom', and the perception & potential of 'Lecture Capture' at YSJ.


Daniel-Mackley

Daniel Mackley
Technology Enhanced Learning Advisor
T: (01904) 876987 | E: d.mackley@yorksj.ac.uk | @DanielMackley

Daniel has over 5 years’ experience working with technology to enhance learning, teaching & assessment. Working to the Directorate’s annual objectives and the TEL Quality Framework, Daniel pro-actively supports and develops staff in their use of technology to enhance the student learning experience. Daniel is also responsible for the design; teaching and assessment of the SEDA (Staff Educational Development Association) accredited Supporting Learning Technology (SLT) & Embedding Learning Technology (ELT) awards. Daniel provides advice, support and staff development on some of the core TEL systems and technologies used by staff at YSJ, including Moodle, TurnitinUK & Grademark, BigBlueButton, e-Submission, marking and feedback. He is also the lead on the University's iPad Project, and is interested in how we can harness mobile technology to enhance the learning experience. Daniel is also interested in how 'Learning Analytics' could improve retention, and enable tutors to focus on the pedagogic implications, and invest in planned improvement activity through informed decision making.

Daniel is the primary contact for colleagues in Education & Theology and Health & Life Sciences


Roisin Cassidy

Róisín Cassidy
Technology Enhanced Learning Advisor
T: (01904) 876975 | E: r.cassidy@yorksj.ac.uk | @Roisin_Cassidy

Working to the Directorate’s annual objectives and the TEL Quality Framework, Róisín’s role as a TEL Advisor is to proactively support and develop staff in using technology to enhance the student learning experience. Her main focus is to advise academic staff on effective use of learning technologies to develop innovative learning resources, processes and practices. She also provides staff advice and development on the core TEL systems and technologies, with particular responsibility for Mahara and Turnitin. Róisín is also interested in how ‘Open Badges’ could be employed to facilitate motivation and reward in student learning and staff development at York St John.

Róisín is the primary contact for colleagues in the Faculty of Arts and the Business School.