Technology Enhanced Learning
Technology Enhanced Learning Support Contacts
Assistant Director (Technology Enhanced Learning)
Technology Enhanced Learning Team
Lee Barnett: supports School of Science and School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences
Sasha Dosanjh: supports School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, School of Civil and Building Engineering, School of Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering
Farzana Khandia (currently on maternity leave): School of the Arts, English and Drama
Matthew Hope: supports School of Aeronautical, Automotive and Materials Engineering, Loughborough Design School
Graham Sedgwick: supports Social, Political and Geographical Sciences
Sophie Cookson: supports School of the Arts, English and Drama, School of Social, Political and Geographical Sciences
Find out more about learning technologies in use at Loughborough in the ‘Tools for Teaching’ Section. These range from the Learn VLE, which offers a central hub for all online support, through to tools such as Turning Point or Box of Broadcasts which can enhance engagement in large face to-face classes.
The ‘How to’ section directs you to information on the 'Staff Hub' on Learn. The hub contains step-by-step handouts on the Learn VLE, information on assessment, teaching delivery, curriculum development and more.
Within the Centre for Academic Practice there several members of staff with roles focused on providing support around the use of a range of learning technologies. The primary system is Learn which serves as the online support ‘hub’ for every taught module.
Over recent years there has been an institutional Learn Minimum Presence Policy, which required every module to include certain categories of content. This has now been replaced by School-specific Learn policies.
These tools support you and your students at every stage of the teaching and learning cycle. Some require an initial investment of time but in other cases you can begin to use them almost immediately with little training. Such tools include Box of Broadcasts which gives you access to over a million TV and radio programmes to be used in teaching and research.
Support for all these tools is available from technology enhanced learning staff within the Centre for Academic Practice – face to face; online; and in scheduled CPD workshops.