The E-Learning Unit runs or participates heavily in the following groups to shape the direction of e-learning for Queen Mary:
This has senior representation from all three faculties, from key professional services departments and from the Students’ Union. The group meets termly with a remit to review the progress of and provide direction for existing e-learning initiatives, as well as to prioritise requests for future e-learning projects.
Chair: Head of E-Learning
Reports to: Vice Principal (Teaching and Learning)’s Advisory Group
There are three faculty e-learning user groups which meet termly and have academic, administrative and student representation from across each school or institute within the faculty. The Professional Services e-learning user group has representation from those departments that use learning technologies on a frequent basis. Their remit is to consider e-learning issues and identify priorities at the faculty/professional services level.
All four groups report to the E-Learning Steering Group