This area contains information to support the development of degree apprenticeships at the University, we provide: guidance on the curriculum design and approval process, and the implementation of documentation for quality assurance processes. We can also support you to make the most of work-based pedagogies, and the learning environment, and give assistance with the development of guidance for workplace educators and university workplace mentors. In addition to this there is lots of practical help and support across a wide range of learning technologies, including lecture capture, Canvas and e-portfolios, online assessment, virtual classroom technologies, and online collaboration tools.
Key contacts in the Learning and Teaching Innovation Centre to support this work are:
- Sarah Flynn, Associate Director of Learning and Teaching (Workplace Learning and Degree Apprenticeships)
- Rebecca Jones, Senior Lecturer (Workplace Learning and Degree Apprenticeships)
- Anshul Lau, Educational Technologist (Degree Apprenticeships)
The core team of Sarah, Anshul and Becky support all nine Schools across the University. This is in addition to the support that you get from your regular LTIC educational technology and L&T Specialist contacts: