University of Hull Leap

By | 15th June 2017

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University of Hull Leap

University of Hull Leap

Academic Practice

The team

  • Supports the implementation of the Education Strategy
  • Supports the work of the University Learning, Teaching and Assessment Committee and its sub-committees.
  • Oversees the allocation of learning and teaching enhancement funding
  • Supports staff in developing applications for HEA Fellowship at all levels
  • Organises and delivers the Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PCAP) programme which is validated through CES, the Centre for Educational Studies in the School of Education & Social Sciences
  • Offers targeted consultancy and events to schools in all aspects of learning and teaching and quality enhancement Organises continuous professional development events on the development of learning and teaching – see What’s On
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Putting Learning First

The Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) team provide a single point of contact for a service intended to help staff use technology to enhance the student learning experience at the University by working with staff to show them what technologies are available and how they can help improve the student learning experience.

The TEL team can advise on:

  • Effective use of technology, including eBridge, Lecture Capture software, PebblePad, Turnitin and TurningPoint in teaching and assessing
  • Using social media in teaching and assessing
  • Curriculum design and development of online programmes
  • Designing learning materials
  • Producing online learning content

In addition, the TEL team contribute to development of University policy, undertake research and development activity plus engage with a range of internal and external projects and networks. The TEL team also provide staff training and development on using technology and contribute to the PCAP programme.

Members of the TEL team work with individual and group members of staff on using technology to enhance the student learning experience in a number of ways, including house calls and collaboration on specific projects. This work is tailored to users’ needs, often based on their technical ability and pedagogical application of technology.

 

CONTACT DETAILS: For more information about this service go to: www.hull.ac.uk/tel or contact the TEL team: tel@hull.ac.uk  or telephone extension 2200.

 

Contact Details

67 Salmon Grove
The University of Hull
Cottingham Road
Hull
HU6 7SZ

Tel: (+44) 01482 462200
Email: Tel@hull.ac.uk