At Birmingham City University (BCU) technology plays a key role in the enhancement of the student learning experience. By providing learning activities and opportunities that transcend the traditional face-to-face taught provision technology supported learning allows for a sustained learning experience through engaging independent study. Therefore, blended learning is the preferred approach for learning and teaching delivered within BCU.
CELT provides support, advice, guidance and training to academic staff on how to make the most of the technology available.
The Technology Support Team in CELT provides the following services to academic staff:
- E-Learning Consultancy
- Drop-in Sessions
- E- Assessment Guidance and Advice
- Support for Moodle - Virtual Learning Environment
- Support for Mahara - EPortfolio
- Video Lecture Recording
- Content Creation Services
In addition to those services, CELT runs, funds or supports a range of learning technology focussed projects.
BCU staff can access this support through our iCity pages.
Further Information can be obtained from:
Dr Graham Lowe BEd[Hons], MPhil[Ed], EdD, NPQH, SFHEA
Deputy Head (Learning Technology Support)
Centre for Excellence in Learning & Teaching
Birmingham City University
+44  121 331 6635