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  1. Find out who the E-Learning Champion for your department is.

  2. Sign up to the e-learning newsletter.


About the E-Learning Champions Network

As part of UCL's draft eE-learning Learning Strategy, E-Learning Environments (ELE) has launched a new Digital Education has launched an initiative to work with departments and divisions to develop local e-learning plans. 

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1.   Kick-off meeting - We will meet with the departmental T&L team (champions and chair of teaching committee or equivalent) to discuss departmental ambitions in e-learning and how we can support them. If required we can provide data summarising the nature and level of e--learning usage for the department.

2.   Champions and ELE (E-learning Environments) Digital Education write up a draft e-learning statement with Champions as editors, based on the kick-off meeting and further discussions with the Champions for submission to the Departmental Teaching Committee. This includes a statement of support and/or training needs as discussed with ELEDigital Education Advisors, a set of objectives and a review schedule. ELE Digital Education Advisors can facilitate a meeting with students (probably the StARs) to get their views if required.

3.   Identify best good practice  - The champions (with ELEDigital Education Advisors) will identify good local practice from Moodle courses across the department and do a quick scan of those courses to see if there are any particularly good 'showcase' examples.  This can be included in the T&L statement for information.

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Additionally all champions will be invited to join the broader UCL-wide E-Learning Champions' Network. This will be a forum for discussion, sharing of challenges and best practice, and general mutual support.  There will be UCL-wide, School-wide and Faculty-wide E-Learning events throughout the year.

Benefits of joining:

  • Regular updates about e-learning developments at UCL.
  • Access to E-Learning Special Interest Groups in key areas including assessment, digital capabilities, media and gaming.
  • Collaborate with colleagues in similar roles across UCL.
  • Work with Digital Education Advisors to improve the uptake of e-learning in your department.
  • Share practice with other champions in regular faculty e-learning champion meetings.


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The presentation slides from the launch event are here: http://www.slideshare.net/cply/presentation-to-ucl-elearning-champions