E-Learning Unit


E-Learning Newsletter April 2020

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

A Message from The E-Learning Unit What a month!!  It has been incredibly busy for us in The E-Learning Unit. In March we moved QMplus to a cloud based server, Azure and while we had some teething issues, we worked with ITS to resolve this and provide alternative solutions as quickly as possible. We apologise . . . Read the full article

Applications for Westfield Fund 2020 now open

20 April 2020 Posted in: News By: Gill Ritchie

Applications are now open for the Westfield Fund for Enhancing the Student Experience. This year we are looking to make up to six grants of £3k each to fund projects which will enhance the student experience at Queen Mary. Given the current University-wide endeavours to provide online teaching, learning and assessment, Schools, Institutes, the QM . . . Read the full article

Teaching despite COVID-19 – The experience of our transnational education programmes

31 March 2020 Posted in: Articles, News By: Gill Ritchie

On 17th March Professor Henri Huijberts, Deputy Dean for Education in the Faculty of Science and Engineering, facilitated a webinar with presentations from colleagues on our transnational programmes. With face-to-face teaching in China suspended before face-to-face teaching in the UK, they had been working to move their teaching online slightly before colleagues in the UK. . . . Read the full article

E-Learning Newsletter – March 2020

2 March 2020 Posted in: News Tagged: , , , By: Richard Chantler

A Message from The E-Learning Unit Firstly, we would like to thank everyone for their efforts and willingness to adopt new technologies to deliver their teaching in particularly difficult times. We have seen a large number of inquiries and over 15,000 page hits over the past 2 months for our top 10 staff guides alone. . . . Read the full article

E-Learning Newsletter – January 2020

3 February 2020 Posted in: News Tagged: , By: Richard Chantler

Digital Exams (Summer 2020) – Call for interest You may be aware of the Digital Examinations and Assessments Project (DEAP) which is currently piloting a solution for computer-based exams at QMUL. A number of pilot exams have already taken place during the past year and the project team is currently seeking participants for the final . . . Read the full article