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New E-Learning Strategy available for consultation

29 August 2012

UCL has drafted a new strategy for e-learning which will be available for consultation until September 30th 2012.

Student working alone using a large wall-mounted screen

The E-Learning Strategy 2012-2015 draws on the UCL Council White Paper 2011-21 and the Institutional Learning and Teaching Strategy 2010-15, but has also been informed by input from UCL students and staff, a review of current and emerging themes in the use of technology to enhance learning, and research into e-learning practice and provision at a sample of top-100 global universities.

Professor Anthony Smith, Vice-Provost (Education), says: "I hope colleagues from across UCL will take a moment to read through and comment on the strategy. It is ambitious in its scope and once adopted will be the roadmap to transform e-learning at UCL."

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