The Academic Technology team provides more than training and technical support - although of course we do that too. We work with you to develop your online teaching and learning practice, design and deliver online assessment and surveys, create research visualisations and more. We recommend taking a look at some of the projects we have worked on to see the scope of what and how we can help you, or get in touch to discuss your needs with us.
Contact the Help Desk for support via email to helpdesk at warwick dot ac dot uk or use the “Contact us via the online Help Desk” button above. Whether you want help using one of our tools, setting up an online exam, or developing a new and innovative module using academic technology, one of our team will be on hand to help.
We can provide one-to-one support (and training) via Teams. Contact us via the Help Desk and request a session.
We support departments with migration from SiteBuilder to Moodle, creation of department module templates, bespoke training, navigating the changing pedagogic environment and identifying affordances of existing and new tools.
The Learning Design Consultancy Unit (LDCU) can advise departments on effective design for online and blended modules.
- Browse the Student Guides
- Introduction to Moodle
- Introduction to Mahara
- Introduction to Vevox
- Access lecture captures online
- Submit online assignments via Moodle
- Capture and edit video
- Store and share videos using eStream and Stream
- Copy a portfolio template in Mahara
- Join an online meeting in O365 Teams
- Help Guides that include student-facing information
- Browse all the Echo360 guides
- Introduction to Lecture Capture using Echo360
- 3 steps to start capturing
- Echo360 Integration with Moodle
- Accessing Captures as a student (inc. WBS)
- Universal Capture FAQs
- Introduction to Universal Capture using Echo360
- How to install on a managed PC
- How to install on an unmanaged PC or Mac
- Echo360 Automated Transcripts and Closed Captions
Departmental contacts act as a channel between us and the department they represent. They are usually staff with responsibility for Moodle and our other tools who have been nominated to act as a contact for the department. We work with them to support their department, understand needs and requirements and plan future developments. Departmental contacts disseminate important information on issues, updates and new features to their departmental colleagues. Departmental contacts are also members of our ‘Super User Group’ forum.
The TEL Forum is a collaborative space for colleagues across the institution who have an interest in the use of technology to support teaching and learning. It is an opportunity to share practice, network with colleagues, showcase new development and ideas and work together. The forum welcomes speakers from across the institution and all disciplines.
The Academic Technology team provide both synchronous (live) training sessions and self-study courses which can be studied at your own pace. Our current offering covers the most commonly-used academic technologies at Warwick: Moodle, H5P, Vevox and Mahara.