ELE Advisory

The E-Learning Advisory is led by Clive Young. They are responsible for supporting and disseminating good practice through school-facing facilitators who work closely with CALT colleagues. This includes running local events and staff development activities. The team also includes a distance learning facilitator.

clive_young.jpg Clive Young 
E-Learning Advisory Team Leader
Clive has worked as a learning technology consultant in several universities, most recently with Imperial College London. He has led several UK and international projects on the pedagogic design of video and was an e-learning project evaluator for the European Commission. Clive is also an associate lecturer at the Open University tutoring on their MA in Online and Distance Education.

Matt Jenner 
Distance Learning Facilitator


Matt has been at UCL for a few years in general e-learning. Now the team are known as E-Learning Environments and have expanded their remit he has taken on a new role as Distance Learning Facilitator. A little more about Matt


Jessica Gramp 
E-Learning Facilitator (BEAMS)

@jgramp on Twitter

Jessica has a background in web development and has been working to support the use of technology in educational institutions since 2004. Her particular interests centre around e-assessment, digital literacies and learning analytics. 

Jessica works with departments across the Built Environment, Engineering and Mathematical and physical Sciences to improve their e-learning provision.

Mira in a rowing boat on a roof Mira Vogel
E-Learning Facilitator (SLASH)
@trabimechanic on Twitter

Mira has a broad background in e-learning and academic development, with a particular interest in arts, humanities and social sciences. She has carried out a number of UK e-learning projects and teaches at undergraduate level. UCL-wide initiatives include peer learning, e-assessment, multimedia, collaborative learning and learning analytics.

Mira particularly works with Arts & Humanities, Laws, Social & Historical Sciences and the School of Slavonic & East European Studies.

Nataša Perović

Nataša Perović
E-Learning Facilitator (SLMS)
Nataša has been working on e-learning development in medical, nursing and allied health sciences in higher education since 2006. Particular interests: blended learning, open educational resources, online videos in medical education, digital literacies and instructional design.

Nataša has a background in science, web development and teaching.

Nataša works with School of Life and Medical Sciences and is part of IT for SLMS Research, Learning & Teaching Group team. She works closely with ELE and CALT.