Digital Services and
IT Services offer many academic and professional development services for Technology Enhanced Learning, guided by the
New staff starters go here. As well as
advice and consultancy through your
OCSLD Link Developer and Faculty Digital Media and Elearning Developer (
DMELD), our TEL team would be pleased to help you develop your ideas and bring them to fruition.
For a quick introduction to TEL at Brookes, watch
transcript is here.
Structuring the next steps in making the changes to your course / module. Working with whole course teams towards formal design changes.
Digital Services staff training workshops are available to all Brookes staff. Please use this form to sign up for workshops with Moodle, Turnitin, Graddemark, Adobe Connect and other Brookes Virtual applications
Many courses include training sessions at appropriate times in the course - check with your course or module leaders for details.
The IT Training website is currently being re-designed and will move to its new web address
/it/training/ in September.
Practice, good and best with guidance on how to achieve good practice using a national benchmarking tool.
FSLT is an accredited (10 credits, level 7, PCTHE, MA Education) open online course for anyone new or aspiring to teaching or supporting learning in higher education, this groundbreaking course uses a range of innovative, online, dialogic, assessment and simple academic multimedia tasks to develop a deep understanding of teaching practice and theory in higher education. Delivered wholly online, none the less the module is about any and all forms of teaching and supporting learning.
TOOC is also accredited to the PCTHE and MA Education but is specifically about teaching in online environments.
Short course scheduled for April-June 2017
Many Quality Processes now have a significant TEL component Inquire about development for External Examiners, Student Reps, Programme Leads and Subject Co-ordinators
The Higher Education Journal of Learning and Teaching is an innovative online, scholarly journal, welcoming academic multimedia and conventional submissions submissions for articles on learning and teaching in higher, further, lifelong, experiential education. HEJLT sees learning and teaching as process and practice, and is itself part of that process and practice, helping novice and experienced academic authors to write and publish open, online, scholarly contributions to knowledge, practice and theory.