This blog is maintained by the Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) Team at Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU). The team forms part of Learning and Teaching Enhancement (LTE), and are responsible for the proactive evaluation, promotion, development and support of the appropriate use of technology to enhance teaching and learning and the quality of the student learning experience.
The Digital Academic Developers are aligned to different Schools within the Faculties of Arts, Humanities and Education; Medicine, Health and Social Care; and Science, Engineering and Social Sciences, with whom they work very closely. Each Digital Academic Developer also leads on institutional issues such as electronic assignment management, e-portfolios and digital literacy. Coordinating the team is the TEL Manager.
Supporting and complementing the learning technologists are the TEL Systems Developer and TEL Support Officer who are responsible for technical systems operations and providing second-line specialist support for staff; and a Learning Technology Skills Developer (LTSD) who delivers instructor-led sessions on working with and using the institution-wide learning technologies and tools currently available.
About the Learning Technology Team
- Dr Wayne Barry
Digital Academic Developer (Allied & Public Health Professions; Engineering, Technology & Design; Law, Policing & Social Sciences; Graduate College)
- Lynne Burroughs
Digital Academic Developer (Nursing, Midwifery & Social Work; Humanities & Educational Studies; Christ Church Business School)
- Luke Dunmall
TEL Systems Developer
- Stephanie Engel
Learning Technology Skills Developer
- Duncan MacIver
Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) Manager
- Ed Mahy
TEL Support Officer
- Sam McFarlane
Digital Academic Developer (Teacher Education; Institute of Medical Sciences; Psychology & Life Sciences)
- Simon Starr
Digital Academic Developer (Centre for Language Studies & Applied Linguistics; Creative Arts)
For technical queries: Staff are advised to contact the IT Service Desk at: email@example.com or call 01227 (78) 2626 in the first instance.