IoE Technology Enhanced Learning Group

Technology Enhanced Learning

September 2015 sees the launch of our newly formed IoE TEL Team! The goal is to create a working group where academics, ASU colleagues, students and service representative collaborate to enrich the digital experiences our of community. We have a diverse range of exciting projects across the IoE and we will develop these pages to keep you all up to date and invite you to join us in embracing the UW TEL Strategy 2015-2019.

Moira Savage is the IoE Strategic TEL Lead, continues to represent the Primary Centre and has convened the IoE TEL group to ensure broad representation. Moira also sits on the UW TEL Working group for IoE, is a member of the UW Developing Staff Digital Literacy sub-group and chairs the UW Developing Student Digital Literacy Group. To ensure TEL is considered in as many contexts as possible Moira attends IoE Course Leader Forums, LTSEC and IQC. When appropriate Moira reports to IMT and IoE Learning and Teaching Leads on behalf of the group. Moira has been awarded UW Research and Project Leave this academic year to explore and establish a university-wide Student Digital Ambassador scheme- updates to follow!

Please feel free to contact me via

email: m.savage@worc.ac.uk

Twitter: @moira_savage

Michelle Rogers continues to be the Joint Co TEL lead for IoE and lead for the Centre for Early Childhood.

David Hunt is the TEL lead for the Centre for Secondary and post-compulsory education.

Gareth Dart is the TEL lead for the Centre for Education Studies and Inclusion.

We are delighted to have 3 TEL leads within IoE ASU:

Helen Bayfield

Jenny Lewis

Carol West

Jennifer Dumbleton and Sarah Purcell are both key members of our group.

Dave Wager joins us from LTTU.

We are currently recruiting the most important members- students! Please get in touch if you are interested or know someone who might be.

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