Learning Technologies

We can support you in the use of institutional and external learning technologies – helping you to understand how they can be used most effectively and where it is appropriate to do so.

We have Faculty-level responsibility for supporting your use of Minerva, our institutional Virtual Learning Environment. We can provide you with, or direct you to where you can access, support to develop your understanding of the tools and technologies that are integrated within Minerva, and help you to make your own module area a more engaging and impactful online space for your students. As a team we  have played a pivotal role in creating a consistent and high-quality engagement with Minerva across all Business School modules – those successes have led to us feeding into institutional projects looking at building on existing blended learning successes.

It is also our responsibility to support you in the use of our innovative learning spaces – by helping you understand the technology embedded within them and how you can harness the power of that technology to create active and collaborative learning environments.

We can advise and support you in using other institutional technologies, such as in-class polling, lecture capture, Office 365 among others. We can also provide recommendations of new and emerging technologies and how they can be utilised in the classroom to positively impact the way students learn.

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