CELT’s Digitally Enabled Education team promotes the appropriate and effective use of digital technologies to support active and flexible learning, teaching and assessment, advising on approaches and sharing real practice to inspire and inform. We provide support, advice and staff development opportunities for a range of learning technologies and practices and aim to help with the design of accessible and inclusive digitally enabled education experiences for all.
To engage with our services, the Digitally Enabled Education Support Hub offers 6 distinct pathways. Please take a moment to review the most appropriate route for your needs.
The Digitally Enabled Education webpages provide advice and support on a wide range of technologies, including:
The Digitally Enabled Education (DEE) team support colleagues across the USW group to get the most out of the available digital technologies for teaching, learning and assessment, through delivering staff workshops, covering a wide range of practices and tools.
To review our forthcoming workshops and staff development activities please visit CELT’s events page.
For routine technical problems, or for urgent incidents, please log a call on the IT Helpdesk. If the call relates to USW’s digital technologies it will automatically be assigned a member of the DEE team, who will respond to you as soon as possible.
If have any questions about using USW’s digital technologies to design active, accessible and inclusive educational experiences, or requests for tailored workshops or individual consultations, please contact us using our shared mailbox. We’ll reply as soon as possible.
The DEE team supports wider CELT activities designed to enhance learning and teaching across USW, for example New to Teaching in Higher Education (New2THE). If you have a specific educational development requirement, such as supporting the co-design of flexible and active learning using digital technologies, please contact [email protected]
Our team actively contribute to the development and operationalisation of USW’s Portfolio and Student Experience 2030 workstream through engagement with USW’s Strategic Implementation Groups (SIGs). Our team act as a hub for the development of staff digital skills and fluency, which are central to the University’s strategic education plans.
|Karl Luke||Head of Digitally Enabled Education|
|Carl Sykes||Senior Learning Technologist|
|Elizabeth Jones||Senior Learning Technologist (currently away from the department)|
|Lucy-Ann Pickering||Learning Technologist|
|Rebekah Smith||Learning Technologist|
|Amy Giles||Support Officer (Digitally Enabled Education)|
|Mei Wong||Support Officer (Digitally Enabled Education)|
28-03-2023 at 10am to 28-03-2023 at 11am
30-03-2023 at 1pm to 30-03-2023 at 2pm
06-04-2023 at 1pm to 06-04-2023 at 2pm