E-Learning Unit


E-Learning Newsletter – October, 2018

1 November 2018 Posted in: News Tagged: , By: Liam Atwood

Videos for coursework Professors Lizzie Barmes and Kate Malleson recently adopted video assignments as part of the assessments for their Equality and the Law taught in the Department of Law. This innovation gave students an opportunity to develop multimedia content and communication skills. It also helped Lizzie and Kate utilise classroom time more effectively and . . . Read the full article

Upgrade to TurningPoint software in reading week

1 November 2018 Posted in: News By: Gill Ritchie

If you are using the TurningPoint audience voting system in your teaching this academic year we would like to draw your attention to the fact that the software on the computers in lecture theatres will be updated during reading week (the week beginning 6th November). We will be moving to TurningPoint 8.5.4 which will fix . . . Read the full article

E-Learning Newsletter – September 2018

2 October 2018 Posted in: News Tagged: By: Liam Atwood

E-Learning for students? With the start of the academic year, it is a good time for everyone to refresh their knowledge about technology for their use in teaching and learning. This is no different for students, who similarly have to best use technology tools to help their progression with their programs of study. To that . . . Read the full article

Teaching with TurningPoint in the new academic year

2 October 2018 Posted in: Articles, News Tagged: , , By: Gill Ritchie

Over the 2017/18 academic year the E-Learning Unit has been working with TurningPoint users to determine the best way to continue supporting the system. This work has been necessary due to changes in the way TurningPoint charge for their systems and issues that have occurred with the software over the last academic year. These are . . . Read the full article

E-Learning Newsletter – August 2018

31 August 2018 Posted in: News Tagged: By: Liam Atwood

Blended learning using the ABC approach The E-Learning Unit is piloting an approach to assist you in the process of designing or redesigning your new and existing modules. Designed by UCL Academic Development staff to support their most recent Teaching and Learning strategy, the ‘ABC Curriculum Design’ approach has been adopted by many universities as . . . Read the full article

Q-Review camera tracking pilot – Fogg LT and Engineering 3.25

31 August 2018 Posted in: News Tagged: By: Richard Chantler

We’re excited to announce that we will be piloting a camera tracking solution for the capturing of written content on the blackboards/whiteboards in Engineering 3.25 and the Fogg LT. The installations are due to be completed on August 31st, with a later date scheduled to fine tune the configurations as per feedback received. These wide-aspect . . . Read the full article