Our Research


The E-Learning Development Team engages in an ongoing programme of evaluation and research on best practices related to the use of technology-enhanced learning tools. There are 4 areas of work:

  1. Course evaluation & case study development
  2. Conference presentations & research papers
  3. Evaluation work on HE sector developments and upcoming trends in technology-enhanced learning
  4. Institutional surveys & reports

We also support lecturers in evaluating their own modules and learning activities. More information on this is available within Learning Design and Development.

Research areas

Course evaluation & case study development

Representation of persons that look like chess pawns. One person is holding a clipboard and surrounded by other persons in a focus group.The E-Learning Development Team assists course instructors in the evaluation of blended and distance learning modules, through the development of detailed case studies and reports.

Conference presentations, research papers, recorded lectures and publications

Representations of people that look like chess pawns watching a slide presentation. The E-learning Development Team has presented papers at various e-learning conferences and has also published on approaches to the implementation of technology-enhanced learning.

Evaluation work on HE sector developments (UCISA)

Representation of a person that looks like a chess pawn in front of the letters H.E. and F.E.The team also contributes to the work of UCISA’s Academic Support Group in researching HE sector developments on technology-enhanced learning.

Institutional surveys & reports

Representation of a person that looks like a chess pawn surrounded by piles of documents.The Team also focuses on institutional evaluation, publishing survey results & reports on e-learning activities.

Our latest research posts

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