A role description will help Champions represent what they do, command gain attention and gain recognition e.g. when seeking promotion or remission for e-learning activities.This one is a draft, still to be negotiated. have their work recognised.
Please feel free to contributeadapt this and make it your own.
- Identify support, resource and training or staff educational development requirements within your department and work with ELE and CALT to develop a plan to address this.Coordinate evolving position statements to express these e-learning aims and requirements, enabling UCL to plan for themDigital Education and the Arena Centre to act on these.
- Liaise with ELE and CALT to organise Digital Education organise educational, practical and moral support for experimental colleagues.
- Contribute to departmental and UCL debates and decisions which shape the context for e-learning, including policy, infrastructure, spaces, and openness.
- Identify, share, and help to disseminate Be aware of, and promote, good and/or interesting local, UCL and sector-wide practice e.g. by identifying examples and case studies.practice in your department.
- Contribute to departmental and UCL e-learning digital education initiatives, events and networks.
- Help to review new technologies e.g. by participating in trials pilots and experiments.
- Shape Help to improve the provision of technologies already in use by identifying opportunities, benefits, barriers and unmet needs for ELE Digital Education to address.
- Review and evaluate e-learning initiatives, and feed findings into your department's planning and policy frameworks.
- Involve students in plans and designs (and help ELE and CALT Digital Education involve) students.
- Contribute to debates and decisions which shape digital education at UCL.
- Are a main point of contact between their department and ELEDigital Education.
- Connect Try to connect with both reluctant and enthusiastic users of e-learning colleagues in their departments.
- Are an approachable, constructive sounding board for e-learning colleagues’ ideas and plans.
- Take an interest in each other.
- Have status within their department.
- Sit on their department's Teaching Committee.
Benefits of being an E-Learning ChampionsChampion:
- Role A role on Departmental Teaching & Learning Committee.
- Working with ELE to study e-learning in your departmentA close relationship with Digital Education.
- Experience and evidence for recognition e.g. Higher Eduction Education Academy professional accreditation via UCL Arena.
- Insights into digital education in your subject area.
- Advancing the UCL Education Strategy.
- A supportive, inclusive Champions Network for sharing ideas and practice.
* We use 'departmentDepartment' here to mean means a teaching unit or division, often within a faculty.