Groups and Committees
The team runs or participates heavily in the following groups to shape the direction of technology enhanced learning for Queen Mary:
Technology Enhanced Learning Steering Group
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 initiatives, as well as to prioritise requests for future technology enhanced learning projects.
Chair: Head of Technology Enhanced Learning
Reports to: Vice Principal (Teaching and Learning)’s Advisory Group
Technology Enhanced Learning User Groups
There are three faculty user groups which meet termly and have academic, administrative and student representation from across each school or institute within the faculty. The Professional Services group has representation from those departments that use learning technologies on a frequent basis. Their remit is to consider technology enhanced learning issues and identify priorities at the faculty/professional services level.
All four groups report to the Technology Enhanced Learning Steering Group