Monday, 19 January 2015

Introducing the TELHub

Last week we launched the TELHub - the TEL team's new web resource. This includes both user guides and information about all the services which TEL support, and a number of case studies from colleagues around the University of innovative and exciting ways they're using technology in their work.

These case studies highlight some of the brilliant work that's going on around campus, where technology is being used in a variety of ways. To just pick out a few, this includes Sam Marsh, on the successful way he has helped implement flipped classrooms in Maths & Statistics; Claire Beecroft, on the use of the free Go!Animate tool to create role plays in medical education; Jeremy Craven, on the use of tablet technology to capture hand-writing in science lectures; Gary Wood on the award-winning AllAboutLinguistics website, where students were tasked with creating a real-world website in replacement of a traditional website; and Andrea Fox on how MOLE has been used to deliver course materials to distance learners in Nursing & Midwifery.

We will be growing the TELHub, and welcome all suggestions for further Case Studies. If you, or colleagues, are doing interesting work with technology in learning and teaching, and would like to be interviewed (whether on camera or not), please get in touch at


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