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Technology Enabled Learning Facility (TELF)

The Technology Enabled Learning Facility (TELF) is a new service offered by the e-Learning team to support lecturers in the use of learning technologies. James Hight Room  502 has been equipped a lectern and other technologies typically found in UC teaching spaces.

With support of members of the e-learning team lecturers utilising this service are able:

  • Practise using and/or receive training in the use of the teaching technologies (lectern) found in UC teaching spaces.
  • Create teaching materials (video recordings, narrated PowerPoint presentations etc.).
  • Teach classes and conduct tutorials to students at a distance using web conferencing (Adobe Connect, Zoom).

If you wish to use this service contact a member of the e-learning Support team.

Technology Enabled Learning Facility

Welcome to the e-Learning @ UC blog

The use of digital technologies in learning and teaching is an exciting and growing activity at the University of Canterbury.  This blog presents information and resources concerning the use of technologies in learning and teaching. Contributions from University of Canterbury staff and students are welcomed and encouraged. If you would like to be an author of a post in this blog please contact Pinelopi Zaka (pinelopi.zaka@canterbury.ac.nz).

Sharing stories
The e-Learning Support team (ELS) has been working with lecturers in the creation of short video clips in which lecturers share their teaching with ICT practices. These stories are available online at the e-Learning Support website (http://library.canterbury.ac.nz/teach/sharing.shtml )

Your e-Learning Support team