Find out how we can help you make the most of technologies for learning, teaching and assessment. Our team provide specialist support and guidance including training, pedagogy-focussed workshops, and engagement events.
The University's lecture recording service is called Media Hopper Replay. It is available in most of our largest teaching spaces and is being rolled out to smaller teaching rooms over the coming year. By the start of the 2019/20 academic year, it will be available in around 400 teaching spaces.
Learning design is the process of designing learning experiences, including planning, structuring, and sequencing, through facilitated activities that are student-centred, inclusive and accessible, pedagogically informed and aim to promote better use of technologies in teaching.
Digital portfolios allow students to record evidence of their learning and bring it together in a shareable format.
Discover how PebblePad, the digital portfolio tool supported by Information Services, can help tutors to assess their students and provide feedback in an innovative way.
The Noteable service is a centrally supported service offering access to Jupyter notebooks for teaching purposes. After a success pilot phase Noteable is now being launched as a full service, available to all staff for use in teaching.