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Steering Group

Upcoming meeting

22nd Meeting – 9th May 2019

Past meetings

21st Meeting – 28th February 2019

20th Meeting – 25th October 2018

19th Meeting – 26th July 2018

18th Meeting – 10th May 2018

17th Meeting – 8th February 2018

16th Meeting – 9th November 2017

15th Meeting – 27th July 2017

14th Meeting – 4th May 2017

13th Meeting – 2nd February 2017

12th Meeting – 27th October 2016

12th Meeting – 28th July 2016

This meeting was cancelled. The next meeting took place on 27th October 2016.

11th meeting – 12th May 2016

10th meeting – 11th February 2016

9th meeting – 22nd October 2015

8th meeting – 16th July 2015

7th meeting – 21st May 2015

6th meeting – 26th February 2015

5th meeting – 30th October 2014

4th meeting – 14th May 2014

3rd meeting – 22nd January 2014

2nd meeting – 12th November 2013

1st meeting – 5th June 2013

About the E-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 e-learning initiatives, as well as to prioritise requests for future e-learning projects.

The group does not report to any boards. Requests for development projects go to the IT Strategy Implementation Board.

Download the E-Learning Steering Group Terms of Reference 18-19

Terms of Reference

The E-Learning Steering Group will meet four times per year.

  1. To review the activities of the E-Learning Unit.
  2. To provide leadership and direction for college-wide e-learning provision such as the online learning environment, the lecture-capture service and online exams.
  3. To approve, prioritise and reprioritise substantial requests for development to e-learning services, which can be taken forward with IT Services or bid for in the annual planning round. Such requests must come through either e-learning user groups or directly from the E-Learning Unit to ensure they have substantial support.
  4. To consider the deployment of new e-learning tools which may have a positive effect on the student experience, recruitment and retention, and student satisfaction.
  5. To monitor the impact of e-learning initiatives and receive evaluative data for and reports on e-learning provision and use.
  6. To provide strategic oversight of e-learning initiatives and identify opportunities for collaboration in this area.
  7. Support the delivery of QMUL’s e-learning strategy.


  • Head of E-Learning (chair)
  • Faculty representation: Deans for Taught Programmes
  • Assistant Director of Applications, ITS
  • Faculty Relationship Manager responsible for E-Learning Services, ITS
  • Senior Learning Technologist, ELU
  • SU representative: VP Education
  • Chairs of E-Learning User Groups if not already in membership
  • Head of Engagement, Retention and Success
  • Secretary, ELU


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