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E-Learning Newsletter September 2020

30 September 2020 Posted in: News Tagged: , , By: Richard Chantler

An exciting (and extremely busy) start to the 2020/21 academic year! In the last 4 months we have delivered over 130 training workshops, to 1000+ staff and 2400+ students, with the E-Learning Unit (ELU) providing elearning induction sessions to students for the majority of schools. We have also seen an increase of over 100% for . . . Read the full article

E-Learning Newsletter August 2020

2 September 2020 Posted in: Articles, News, Uncategorized Tagged: , , , , , By: Richard Chantler

QMplus – September Release QMplus is to be updated between 07:00-09:00 on Tuesday the 8th of September. During this period, QMplus will be in read only mode and QMplus Hub will be unavailable.  The release will implement several developments to QMplus, which were too late for the summer upgrade. Some of the changes featuring in . . . Read the full article

E-Learning Newsletter July 2020

31 July 2020 Posted in: News Tagged: , , By: E-Learning Unit

QMplus Upgrade and September Release The summer upgrade to QMplus took place earlier this month; we hope you find the new features useful as you prepare for the busy year ahead. As with previous years, we have scheduled a QMplus release in order to resolve any bugs which have been identified, to make accessibility improvements . . . Read the full article

E-Learning Newsletter June 2020

30 June 2020 Posted in: News Tagged: , By: Richard Chantler

Automated Transcripts and Caption service for Q-Review We are very pleased to announce that an Automated Speech Recognition (ASR) transcript and captioning service for Q-Review is now live! This feature allows staff to add captions quickly and easily to their lecture recordings and any media which is published to a Q-Review section, improving accessibility to . . . Read the full article

E-Learning Newsletter May 2020

21 May 2020 Posted in: News Tagged: , , , , , , , By: Richard Chantler

Supporting D/deaf and Hearing Impaired students within an Online Learning Environment The following document has been produced by the Disability and Dyslexia Service (DDS) with input from The E-Learning Unit to provide in-depth information on how to support D/deaf, hearing & visually impaired students. It details a number of the challenges faced by these students . . . Read the full article