Come and chat with your Support Team this coming Monday. We shall be in Rolle 106 from 12-2pm and look forward to seeing you there! 

Are you…

  • revisiting curriculum design?
  • re-evaluating your assessment methodologies?
  • needing a platform to facilitate your role as a Personal Tutor?
  • wishing you were more social media savvy?
  • looking for useful apps (such as a collaborative to-do list or holiday planner!)
  • …or just wanting to know how to use your iPad more effectively?


We are hosting an event that can help you achieve your goals in teaching on:

Monday 11th November,  in Rolle 106, from 12 – 2pm


Your local Academic Support, Technology & Innovation (ASTI) Team consists of Learning TechnologistsInformation Specialists (Librarians) and Digital Skills Developers.

Learning Technologists Rebeccah FreemanFlea Palmer (Arts) and Edd Bolton (Education) can advise about how technology can enhance learning – the focus being pedagogy.

Your Information Specialists are Amanda RussellIan Rayment (Arts) and Julie Moody (Education).  Not only do they teach your student about information literacies, they also advise on digital and physical library resources that can support your course, such as Aspire and BoB, and provide copyright advice.

Digital Skills Developers: IT training is a University-wide service for staff to make you more effective when using your computer.  During this event they will be represented by Liz McGregor, who can tell you about the courses available, one-to-one support, bespoke training and online training videos to support your development.

There will be opportunities to talk to our TIS Business Partner, Tash Harden, who is the liaison person between Faculty needs and the University’s technology provision.  AMSYS, who provide Apple technical support from 09:00 – 17:00 and are based on campus, and with fellow practitioners, Steve WheelerOliver Quinlan and ADTL Steve Butts.

You can also have a play with iPads, cameras, clickers and any other tech we can get our hands on…

We’re here to support you so come along and chat with us – ideas, issues, rants and raves, we’re all ears!

…and we’ll provide tea, coffee and cakes :o


Although you are free to drop in and out of the event as you wish, can you please register your interest so we know what numbers to expect:

Thank you – we look forward to seeing you there!