Department for Curriculum and Quality Enhancement

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Welcome to the Technology Enhanced Learning webpages

Our webpages provide essential information, help and support for using technologies in teaching

Tel Tales blog

Tel Tales

Check out our new Blog Tel Tales

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Need information on new technologies?

Checkout our core software tools available to use...More

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Need help and support?

Find help and support that suits you... More

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TEL team reports

Read the TEL team's experiences of using software and hardware that supports teaching and learning, and review some of the online support that is available... More

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Need help understanding techy jargon?

Look through our Jargon Buster... More

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Need guidance on using technologies in teaching?

Search through our online learning resources aimed at staff who want to use learning technologies effectively... More

‌The Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) section of DCQE supports the use of technology for the enhancement of student learning.

Technology - when used appropriately - can enhance your teaching, save you time and lead to better learning outcomes for your studen‌ts. If you would like to embark on a project involving technology, or if you would simply like some support or advice on how to use the various elearning tools available at the University, the TEL team are here to help, contact us via email ( or phone on 023 9284 3355. 

If you looking to book out Chromebooks for a classroom / exam sessions please fill out our TEL Chromebook booking form.

Don't forget to check out our TEL Team Reports - the latest reviews and experiences on software and hardware that can be used to support learning and teaching.

Want to know more about the TEL team and what we've been working on recently? Then check out our blog; Teltales - what we're doing, where we've been and what inspires us in learning and teaching!


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  • Teltales Blog Site