Module leader: John Gough
Module running in 2020/21
The Technology, E-learning and the Web modules enable all HE career and employability professionals to design and deliver technology-enhanced solutions in their work. You will develop understanding and skills in technology, e-learning and the web in two contexts (CE938) or one context (CE925). You will also develop confident and creative practice in relation to technology, e-learning and the web informed by key career development concepts. The modules focus on developing effective practice appropriate to a range of career and employability-related roles e.g. management, education, marketing, employer-facing, information, advice, guidance or coaching.
1/ Comprehensively distinguish a range of aims, roles and contexts relevant to technology, e-learning and the web
2/ Systematically identify a range of technology-based solutions
3/ Critically evaluate relevant aims, roles, contexts and technology-based solutions.
4/ Carefully analyse practices and stakeholder needs.
5/ Systematically apply the knowledge listed above to enhance delivery in two contexts (CE938) or one context (CE925).
6/ Creatively use the knowledge listed above to design revised or new provision.
- The broad aims and goals of this work
- The contexts in which technology, e-learning and the web are used
- New technologies in careers, employability, recruitment and education
- Facilitating career and employability learning through technology, e-learning and the web
- Writing for the web
- Search and analysis for websites
- Website design and architecture
- Digital literacy
- Creating strategic information architecture that supports learning
- Coaching students in the use of resources
- Surveying of students and other stakeholders
- Quality assurance
- Developing the current service
- Evaluation of resources
- Project planning
- Understanding data
- Implementation and procurement
- Impact analysis
- Assessment of learning (e.g. learning analytics, learning outcomes)
- Integration into existing and/or future working context.
Summary of teaching
30 hours of blended learning predominantly made up of intensive, residential workshops with further materials and help provided via a virtual learning environment, online reading, and webinar support. The linked residential is advertised with a slightly different title in the AGCAS calendar as Technology Enhanced Careers and Employability Learning: Technology, E-learning and the Web.
Module timing and duration
Usually, this module runs once a year in July. Participants should check the AGCAS calendar, register for this residential with AGCAS, and also complete a Warwick module registration form. Participants are allowed 5 months to complete.
The assignment consists of a 5000 word (CE938) or 2500 word (CE925) project (100%). Typically, participants are asked to evaluate one or two areas of technology, e-learning or web-related provision in relation to their context.