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The first step for you as a lecturer looking to enhance teaching with technology is to think about your course. What are its learning goals – what knowledge should students have learned during the course? Using your current pedagogical approach think what is the problem you are trying to solve and how learning technology may solve it.
Maybe your course has a requirement for group discussion …
Maybe your course has elements where problem-based learning would help …
Maybe your course requires students to learn increasingly complex principles …
What do you want to do? Find out more
Modern tools and e-learning systems are getting much easier to use, though it’s important to approach the process with an idea of how much time and what resources you can commit and what you can expect of others. To help and support you in the creation and re-use of e-learning materials, the University provides several easy-to-use tools and online support materials (accessible through this site) to enable staff to create their own e-learning materials.
Spend some time thinking about what you think will benefit your students and then think what skills you have – what is the problem you are trying to solve? Remember there are dedicated e-learning staff available to help you with any queries you have. Once you have an idea, think of the skills you have and if they match what you want to create – use this site for more help and support.
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