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Working more closely in Schools

1 March 2019 Posted in: Announcements, News By: Brett Lucas

The E-learning Unit is keen to work closely with all teaching staff at Queen Mary on helping them with approaches that either blend face-to-face and online teaching in smart and effective ways or are delivered entirely online. A key aspect of doing this is providing advice and guidance about how e-learning approaches can assist with . . . Read the full article

We are hiring – come and join our team…

11 February 2019 Posted in: Announcements, News By: Alysa Bramble

Applications are now closed The E-Learning Unit at Queen Mary University of London is seeking to appoint a Learning Technology Officer. The post is full time and permanent and the starting salary will be in the range of £33,615 – £39,483. Closing date for applications is Tuesday, 26th February. The Learning Technology Officer post spans . . . Read the full article

E-Learning Newsletter – January 2019

6 February 2019 Posted in: Announcements, News Tagged: By: Manoj Singh

Digital Exam and Assessment Project (DEAP) We are happy to announce that we have selected a system for the Digital Examination and Assessment Project (DEAP) and the solution will be made available to our colleagues very soon. As you know the project aims to run as a pilot to explore the software, hardware, people and . . . Read the full article

2019 Echo360 Academic Champion Grant

6 February 2019 Posted in: Announcements, News Tagged: By: Richard Chantler

Calling all Q-Review Champions! Echo360, the system behind lecture capture service here at QMUL, are delighted to announce the launch of a new initiative to assist and support active practitioners with embedding the use of Q-Review across the university. They invite you to consider joining a small group of your peers as the recipient of one of our 2019 . . . Read the full article

Staff changes in the E-Learning Unit

5 February 2019 Posted in: Announcements, News By: Gill Ritchie

There have been some changes in staff in the E-Learning Unit recently. Both Stella and Alysa have returned to work after maternity leave. Stella returns as Head of E-Learning and Alysa returns to her role as Senior Learning Technologist (Learning Applications) which she job shares with Rose Heaney. At the beginning of February we will . . . Read the full article