Digitally enabled teaching and learning is inclusive, engaging and rigorous pedagogic practice facilitated by digital teaching tools. By following the principles of coherence, consistency, community and collaboration, digitally enabled teaching and learning encourages student engagement, belonging and independent learning, and grows student and staff digital capability.
Oxford Brookes provides a range of digital tools for teaching and supporting learners online and on campus. These pages introduce each of the tools. From Moodle to Zoom, Panopto to Padlet. The pages also introduce the services and support available for teaching staff to use the teaching toolkit to deliver their educational intentions and to design accessible learning resources.
The guidance has been developed by central services and teaching staff in the Faculties who are members of the Teaching-and-Learning-Community. The guidance aligns to the four key features of Brookes’ Framework for Digitally Enabled Programmes: Coherence, Community, Consistency, and Choice. The Framework was developed to guide teaching during the pandemic in 2020/21 but continues to be relevant and valued.