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Enhancing teaching and learning through technology, e-learning @ Nottingham (el@n) offers practical advice, inspiration and community support for education professionals based at Nottingham.

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"Welcome to the el@n website. I hope that the rich variety of resources, information and support from colleagues around the University will be of help to you as you explore the exciting potential of using e-learning in your teaching. It is a site intended to reflect all needs and ideas so please do interact with it and get involved with the growing number of academics and other staff who are making positive differences to their teaching and teaching - support through their use of new technologies. I wish you good luck with it all."

Dr Wyn Morgan, Director of Teaching and Learning at the University of Nottingham

E-learning @ Nottingham (el@n) is a website resource that provides practical advice, real-life examples and a community social networking tool to support the education professionals and support staff interested in e-learning at Nottingham. El@n aims to provide answers and support for anyone engaged in delivering and creating e-learning, whether new to e-learning or an experienced practitioner.

El@n has been created with input from colleagues and e-learning community members who wanted a central University site for discovering more about the available e-learning tools, e-learning support materials or simply advice and examples from colleagues across the University. The site will grow and develop with your input, if there is anything missing or materials you would like to make available for your colleagues, please contact is-learning-team@nottingham.ac.uk .

El@n was developed with the support of the eLearning eKnowledge (eLeK) committee.

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