In 2014, the E-Learning Steering Group was disestablished. This page currently remains live to provide an archive.
The Chair of the Academic Quality and Standards Committee (Chair)
Professor Ann Caesar
|An additional representative from the Academic Quality and Standards Committee
|Dr Jim Robinson
|Two members of the academic staff, appointed by the Boards of the Faculties:
|Two representatives of the Faculty of Arts
|Two representatives of the Faculty of Medicine
|Professor Donald Singer
|Dr David Wood
|Two representatives of the Faculty of Science
|Dr Mike Joy
|Dr Dave Wood
|Two representatives of the Faculty of Social Sciences
|Professor Jeremy Smith
|A representative of IT Services
|Ms Mary Stott
|The Head of Academic Services, Library
|Mr Anthony Brewerton
|A representative from the Learning and Development Centre
|Mr Manus Conaghan
|Two student representaties, one of which may be the Students' Union Education Officer
|Mr Sean Ruston
TBC, University Librarian
Mr M Roberts, Director of Information Technology Services
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Agreed by the Senate on 7 July 2010 (Minute 107(a)/09-10):
(i) to be the University's primary source of strategic advice and expertise on e-learning and technology supported learning, including in relation to sector developments and the University's position relative to other institutions;
(ii) to advise and make recommendations on e-learning and technology supported learning to inform teaching, learning, assessment and IT policy and strategy;
(iii) to make recommendations for University funding and resource allocation priorities relating to e-learning and technology supported learning;
(iv) to review e-learning support services provided by the University, including IT Services, the Library and LDC, in consultation with academic departments;
(v) to disseminate good practice in e-learning and technology supported learning;
(vi) to encourage development and innovation through external funding sources.
The e-Learning Steering Group reports to the Information Policy & Strategy Committee and to the Academic Quality and Standards Committee.
Dates of meetings of the e-Learning Steering Group can be found within the University Committee Timetable.
Click here to access minutes of previous meetings.