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    An introduction to Technology Enhanced Learning at the University of Southampton
    This short (10 minute) video provides students with an overview of the ways in which computers and the internet are used to support their learning. It introduces some really useful resources and shows you where to find help if you need it.

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    CITE Away Day Presentation
    This presentation was delivered by Professor Hugh Davis at the first CITE Away Day. The Away Day took place on Wednesday 17 October, 2012 at the Dolphin Hotel, Southampton, 10:00-4:00. The participants were 21 members of CITE and facilitation was provided by Kate Dickens (who is also a member of CITE).

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    CITE and educational transformation
    Presentation given by Professor Hugh Davis to the University Strategic Research Group for the Digital Economy monthly lunch meeting on Monday 24 September 2012. This session provided an update on the evolution of the University Centre for Innovation in Technologies and Education (CITE) in September 2012.

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    Technology Enhanced Learning Guide
    Technology is changing how students learn and how we research. Perhaps you want to use technology to enhance communication or improve student support. You may want create a distance learning activity, a flexibly delivered module or indeed a whole course. You may simply want to find out where to find authoritative information, or to see what support exists for this type of work. The University is committed to delivering high quality learning and teaching, using technology where appropriate, in order to offer a distinctive Southampton educational experience. Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL), also known as e‑learning, is becoming increasingly important to students, teaching staff and the institution. This guide highlights some of the most important matters to consider. It is intended to help you to tackle the key issues that determine the success of TEL projects and to work on those projects in a considered way. Written with the input of colleagues from around the University, it prompts you to ask important questions and points you to sources of up-to-date knowledge and advice. Technology changes rapidly. This guide is about managing the work in a practical way. The University supports the use of a variety of TEL approaches for teaching and learning and colleagues are ready to offer their experience and advice. Each person has distinctive skills and specific experiences. No single person will have all the answers you are looking for. Be ready to investigate alternative approaches that suit you and your students’ needs in different ways. - Madeline Paterson, University of Southampton

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