Blended and Distance Learning
When incorporating technology into the teaching and learning process, your first focus should be on the pedagogic requirements.
Below are some of the fundamental questions, which when answered, will affect the learning design and choice of tools that are appropriate.
- Who are your students?
- How will they be assessed?
- Where are they located?
- How often you will meet them?
- What it is that you want students to be able to know, feel or do at the end of the learning process?
Take a look at the regular training event opportunities.
Time Allocated Support
The Blended Learning Support team can help you to think about the issues and implications from this pedagogic perspective.
Primarily, we work on DISAG approved projects. In particular we offer support in the development of Awards that can be delivered totally at a distance.
If you have an idea for a project, find out more about how we can offer you a more tailored support service in bidding for our time.
For more general support, please visit the the new Technology-enhanced Academic Channel.
This brings together a range of information, advice and resources about how you can make the most effective use of technology within your teaching practice, including Blackboard, online assessment, Web 2.0, audio and video.