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What is the LDCU?

The LDCU follows a pedagogy first approach, exploring technology as a potential enabler within teaching and learning. Through evidence informed discussions, collaboration and co-design the LDCU provides an opportunity for staff and students to come together, share experiences and develop/explore ideas around the design of creative, inclusive and accessible technology enhanced active learning.
The LDCU is about making connections, collaborations, facilitating discussions and conversations and sharing practice across Warwick in the area of learning design and flexible/blended learning.


This space is here to help guide you through the design and development of blended learning project. Further information to follow... Find out more here.


The LDCU is made up of volunteers from across Warwick who support and champion innovative approaches to blended learning. If you have a question about blended learning and would like to develop an idea further we have a team of colleagues who would be happy to help.

The consultancy can be up to 3 hours of one-to-one support. Find out more about the process and how to request support here.

Community of Practice

The LDCU takes a community of practice approach and we host a number of events throughout the year to bring colleagues together to share their experiences around blended learning, co-design and technology enhanced active learning.

Find out more about the LDCU TEAL forums and TEAL roundtable discussions here.

Join our LDCU teams space here.


TEALfest is an online festival open to all where staff and students come together and share their technology enhanced active learning practice, research, ideas and experiences.
Find out more about TEALfest 22 that took place in March here.


Over the past couple of years we have hosted a number of workshops on a range of topics from asynchronous learning to accessible practice online, from discovering the world of Moodle data to developing learning communities. You can find more information and rsources from previous sessions here.

Talking Online Learning Podcast series - This podcast series aims to capture voices from across the university. Each episode records the different experiences, challenges and solutions associated with online teaching and learning. Find out more here.

Digital Pedagogy Library. This is a WIHEA funded project developed in collaboration with the Faculty of Arts. The aim of the project is to provide a space through which to record, collate and disseminate information about digital pedagogy in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Warwick. Find out more here.

Contact us

If you have any questions, woud like to share your experiences or contribute to our community of practice you can contact us via

Join our LDCU Team.