E-Learning

Technology Enhanced Learning


Events

The Curriculum Development team offers a range of events for staff and students. For information and booking details for upcoming events please see the events calendar, or the list on the right of this page. For past events, including recordings and supporting materials where available, please see our events archive.

E-Learning Forums

The e-learning forums (ELF) aim to promote and aid the development of e-learning at Kent, in support of the University Education and Student Experience Strategy 2018-25 and the annual e-learning areas of focus agreed by the E-learning Strategy Group (ELSG). It facilitates the exchange of information and ideas on current e-learning developments at Kent between Schools, students and senior management. Schools and students are given the opportunity to provide feedback on e-learning developments and the provision of e-learning. In addition the e-learning forum provides an opportunity for discussion of e-learning and learning technology issues, including possible research projects.

All staff and students are welcome, and we would encourage Schools to send at least one staff representative to share its collective views.

Sessions take place in the UELT Seminar Room. To book a place please complete the online form.

2018/19
Tuesday 25 September 12.00-13.30 Ombea - audience response (in-class voting) system - pilot
Tuesday 9 October 12.00-13.30 MOOCs at Kent - presentation
Tuesday 27 November 12.00-13.30 KentPlayer - beyond lecture recording - recording
Tuesday 4 December 12.00-13.30 Facilitating Peer Assessment with Teaching and Learning Technologies - recording
Tuesday 22 January 12.00-13.30 Mainstreaming inclusivity – the Blackboard Ally project - recording
Tuesday 2 April 12.00-13.30 The Centre for Higher and Degree Apprenticeships and Distance Learning - recording presentation

 

 

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