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Using Technology in T&L – University of Reading

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Using Technology in T&L

Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) plays a vital role in the University's strategic aims and improving the student experience, as outlined in the University's Technology Enhanced Learning Vision 2013

TEL can support all aspects of teaching, learning, assessment and feedback, and we are dedicated to the effective use of a range of technologies at the University of Reading. We also continue to explore and evaluate the potential of new technologies to enhance learning and teaching throughout the University.

We work directly with Schools and academic staff on the pedagogical and practical aspects of using technology in order to enhance teaching, learning and assessment. This involves curriculum design and development, as well as helping staff to employ technologies and tools appropriate to their learning objectives.

We also work with administrative and support staff who are involved with teaching and learning to develop their use of various technologies to help support the process and student experience.

TECHNOLOGY AND CURRICULUM DESIGN

See how technology impacts the design and implementation of our curriculum at the University of Reading.

TECHNOLOGIES AND SERVICES

We use a variety of technologies and tools to enrich the learning experience and engage our students. Find everything you need here.

TEL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

We offer an evolving programme of face-to-face and online staff development to help T&L staff equip themselves with the skills needed for education in an increasingly digital age.

SUPPORT

Access our full range of multi-media support materials designed to help staff to use all aspects of our technologies.

Engaging Everyone

Technology can help to make teaching and learning more accessible to everyone. Find out more.

MOBILE LEARNING

Demand for learning on-the-go and access to materials via mobile devices is on the rise. We're on it! Find out more.

Open online courses

See the range OOCs we offer and find out how we can help you develop an OOC and engage with a new audience.

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