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Technology enhanced learning

Key projects, resources and ways you can connect with technology enhanced learning

The use of technology to maximise the student learning experience is a vibrant area of interest across all tiers of global education. Technology enhanced learning (TEL) is often used as a synonym for e-learning but can also be used to refer to technology enhanced classrooms and learning with technology, rather than just through technology.

Useful guides and publications

Flexible pedagogies: technology-enhanced learning

Our Flexible Pedagogies: preparing for the future research series includes a publication that focuses on a better understanding of technology enhanced learning, including highlighting some of the challenges and opportunities that TEL brings to HE.

How to start using technology in your teaching

In the UK, Advance HE is currently coordinating the London Retention Project aimed at achieving a deeper understanding of the retention issues in the London context and providing support and networking opportunities to address common challenges.

Advance HE Scotland Thematic Series: Technology-Enhanced Learning (TEL)

The aim of the Thematic Series are to strengthen core academic capabilities of staff through the sharing of effective practice and focused theory, and to support institutional enhancement of learning and teaching, complementing and further building on their existing in-house work. Topics are identified by the Scottish sector, and resources are authored and curated by colleagues from Scottish institutions and aim to guide practitioners to relevant material and experiences to support them in developing their own teaching practice. The theme for the January 2020 series was Technology-enhanced learning (TEL).

Key Advance HE Research

Guidance and teaching resources