E-Learning

Technology Enhanced Learning


People

The E-Learning team are a part of the Education Directorate.

Meet the team

Not sure who to contact? Email elearning@kent.ac.uk and we will get back to you.

E-Learning Manager
Daniel Clark call01227 82 4752 emailD.R.Clark@kent.ac.uk
Distance Learning Technologists
Tom Finley speaker_notesMessage me on Teams emailT.Finley@kent.ac.uk
Mark O'Connor call01227 82 7478 emailM.A.O'Connor@kent.ac.uk
Learning Technologists
Dr Phil Anthony

Division of Natural Sciences.

Kent Business School.

call01227 82 4732
emailP.C.Anthony@kent.ac.uk
Nick Cornwall-French

Division of Computing, Engineering and Mathematical Sciences.

Division of Human and Social Sciences.

speaker_notesMessage me on Teams
emailN.A.A.French-2@kent.ac.uk
Steve Ganfield

Division of Arts and Humanities.

Division for the study of Law, Society and Social Justice.

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emailS.Ganfield@kent.ac.uk

How can we help?

The E-Learning team supports the University in its use of and development of learning technologies to create an engaging and effective learning environment. For example by;

  • Providing training to students and staff in using Moodle, KentPlayer, and Turnitin;
  • Working with schools to develop more effective teaching by incorporating engagement tools such as OMBEA into their courses;
  • Offering technical support for Moodle, KentPlayer and Turnitin issues;
  • Keeping the University up-to-date with emerging learning technologies that will improve teaching and the student experience.

Other sources of support

We focus on technologies specifically designed to facilitate and support teaching and learning (Moodle, KentPlayer, Turnitin etc.)

If you need help with the Student Data System, email or general IT enquiries (including hardware issues in teaching rooms) contact the IT helpdesk.

Curriculum Development Team - Unit for the Enhancement of Learning & Teaching - © University of Kent

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Last Updated: 07/01/2021

Banner image courtesy David Brossard