FED Learning Technologies survey prize winner

Posted in: Technology Enhanced Learning

Firstly, a big thank you to staff who completed the Faculty of Engineering and Design Technology Enhanced Learning survey.

There were 50 respondents. The results give us some useful insights in key areas including

  • which learning technologies are a high priority for staff?
  • what are the most helpful types of support and guidance?
  • which learning technologies do staff want to know more about?

We've been busy analysing the results and collating the key findings.

We will be working with Marianne Ellis (Associate Dean for Learning and Teaching) to develop an action plan. We'll also be coordinating with the eLearning team and colleagues in Learning Technologist roles across the University to work on the outcomes. Watch out for more news coming soon!

In the meantime, we're pleased to announce the winner of the survey prize - Michael Carley was randomly chosen to receive a Flip video camera. This is a very simple device, handy for capturing video footage when out and about. Michael's first thought was that it would be great for capturing student projects such as the human powered aircraft.

Picture of Michael Carley receiving the prize
Yvonne Moore (Learning Technologist) presents Michael Carley (Senior Lecturer, Mechanical Engineering) with the survey prize

Posted in: Technology Enhanced Learning