Embedding Learning Technologies (ELT)
Embedding Learning Technologies (ELT) is a validated 30 credit masters module from the Integrated Masters Programme run by Educational Development at the University of Plymouth. ELT is designed to help you develop your teaching based on an understanding of how technology can help students learn, through a curriculum development project designed and implemented by you.
Past ELT projects have covered a wide range of subjects, from computer assisted assessment and virtual field courses, to online conferences keeping together a community of learners separated by distance. You can start an ELT module at any time: For a general introduction to the course, see the Introduction to ELT.
- Forthcoming ELT workshops running in Plymouth:
- Making discussions work
- Creating a richer online learning environment
- Using IT to support your teaching
On this site: Materials and information relating to the ELT course are reached via the main links at the top of the pages. Accessibility is maximised though the use of san serif fonts, frames free pages and guidelines available from Bobby and the World Wide Web Consortium Web Accessibility Initiative.
Visitors are very welcome to browse this site. If you have any suggestions for improvements, or would like to use the materials contained, please let me know! You can mail me at Jon.Yorke@plymouth.ac.uk