|ELT at DMU underpins and is a core strand of the University Learning, Teaching and Assessment Strategy Guidelines to support ELT are linked to from this page.
ELT strategy2014-2018 sets out a vision, principles, and a strategy for implementation and evaluation of impact
DMU Guidelines for the Use of Technologies in Learning and Teaching
These guidelines have been established so that everyone can get the most out of authoring/commenting/networking on our core DMU systems like Blackboard and WordPress, but also on non-DMU technologies used for University-related activities.
Blackboard Module Shell Policy
Describes how Blackboard Module Shells should be structured to support and facilitate teaching, learning and assessment.
DMU Threshold for the use of Technologies in the Curriculum
This threshold sets out criteria that are recommended in your use of technologies to support your curriculum and your students. Meeting the threshold applies to your use of DMU-supported tools like Blackboard and non-DMU web-based tools (updated 5 February 2014).
DMU Guidelines when using Social Media (Web 2.0) Technologies for Teaching
Web services and tools are increasingly being used in universities for admin, teaching, learning and research purposes. These guidelines offers guidance to staff on the implications that can arise if you intend to use Web tools/services, specifically as part of any course/module activities involving students.
DMU eAssessment Guidelines
These eAssessment guidelines have been developed by a working group of students, academics and academic-related staff. They are designed to support staff in the process of developing on-line assessments, or e-assessments, and should be implemented with the guidance of Faculty ELT Project Officers, as appropriate to the curriculum and programme context (updated 5 February 2014).
ELT Programme Development Tool
This validation, ELT strategy document is designed to enable a dialogue between the programme team and the Faculty ELT Projects Officer/Head of ELT, about the use of technologies in the curriculum. Programme teams are required to complete the form and submit together with draft documentation for sign off by the Faculty Executive.
A model of ELT at DMU
Find out more on the model of ELT that we use, our model focuses on the strategic aims for DMU
Web Accessibility and Inclusivity Quickguide
This documentations offers a basic overview of ways in which you can make your online teaching and learning content accessible – with a particular focus on the use of digital media (images, audio, video and animation).
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Intellectual Property (IP)
Intellectual Property Rights in developing eLearning (ELT) materials at DMU
As a member of staff at DMU you are bound by this policy.
Read the policy on the DMU website: http://www.dmu.ac.uk/dmu-staff/people-and-organisational-development/people-management-handbook/working-for-dmu/academic-staff/intellectual-property-rights-in-e-learning-materials.aspx
Download a PDF version: Intellectual Property Rights in developing eLearning materials at DMU
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