CoSS TEL (Technology Enhanced Learning)
Welcome to TEL at the College of Social Sciences.
Our role is to promote and provide support in the use of technology for teaching and learning. Our team offers a wide range of services to help you get the most out of Technology Enhanced Learning. We can help you get started with Canvas, or support you with enhancements such as introducing online formative assessments to your programme. We can also help design and implement fully online programmes and MOOCs.
For all staff support enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org with as much detail as possible and your query will be forwarded to the appropriate team member. Most of the team are based in the JG Smith building, first floor room 110.
Students of the College of Social Sciences should consult our support site in the first instance.
Blended learning: The TEL team can help design, implement and support your technology-enhanced teaching, at a pace that you are happy with. We are here to assist you with the whole process.
Training for groups or individuals: Canvas, distance and blended learning are our specialties, but we can provide training for groups or individuals on other topics too.
Online distance learning: The TEL team has many years of hands-on experience in the development, delivery, and administration of online distance learning courses. We have been heavily involved in Masters-level programmes for IDD, the well established WebAutism programme, and many distance learning CPD courses for the School of Education.
Multimedia development: If you have an idea for a piece of multimedia work, our College e-Learning Developer may be able to implement it. Ideal candidates for such work are interactive diagrams or animations.
Online help: Try our online staff support site for information on using Canvas. Our guides aim to combine technical advice with pedagogical suggestions.
School administrative support: The team can help plan, initiate and support large-scale administrative changes within your School. Examples include the switch to online submission, provision of online student handbooks, and the integration of plagiarism detection software into School quality processes.