CLIPP supports and encourages staff in making teaching decisions regarding technology-enhanced learning, as part of an informed approach towards curriculum design. For further details, see the design principles included in the Programme Approval guidelines
CLIPP convenes the Learning Technologies Management Group (LTMG) made up of representatives from all Schools, the Student Union and learning support areas across the University. For more information on the work of this group contact either Dr Sarah Hayes (Chair) or Caroline Smeeton (Secretary)
Part of the work of LTMG is to develop the Digital Learning Strategy, building on previous consultations for the draft Distance Learning Strategy.
CLIPP academic team staff are currently working in liaison with colleagues from Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) on projects that include:
A network of staff and students working in partnership to support curriculum enhancement and innovation, CLIPP has recently employed final year undergraduate students to:
Teach staff, in partnership with us, about what engages students online, as part of the PG Dip module: Embedding Technology into Campus based and Distance Learning Programmes, in July 2015
To write policy in partnership with us to engage students as stakeholders in the process of curriculum design
Identifying the barriers to universities in expanding their online course offering, and finding solutions to reduce them
For information and support on the current range of university-supported technologies available for use in learning and teaching at Aston please visit the Teaching and Learning Community pages.
Dr Sarah Hayes recently compiled a literature review on MOOCs for the QAA.
Click on the link above to view.