SurreyLearn is the University’s Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). It is a secure online environment which can be used in a wide variety of ways to enhance learning and teaching.
There are many applications that can be used for creating captured content ranging from lecture capture to pen-casting and animation tools.
The considered use of technology can benefit the assessment process in a number of significant ways, helping to make the process more efficient for staff and enhancing this key aspect of the learning experience for students.
Polleverywhere is an electronic voting system (EVS) enabling academics to rapidly collect, display and evaluate student responses to questions posed during class.
Teams is part of Office 365 and provides tools for collaborative working and file sharing, meetings and chat. It is available to staff and students via surrey365.surrey.ac.uk
OneNote is part of the Office 365 suite of tools, it is a digital notepad that lets you quickly collate, collaborate and share ideas. It is available to staff and students via surrey365.surrey.ac.uk
Padlet is a free web application which can be used to brainstorm, create and share ideas between multiple users. For teaching and learning it is especially useful to encourage collaboration and knowledge sharing.
Kahoot is a game-based learning platform. It allows quick creation of a range of tests such as multiple choice and the ability to integrate images and multimedia, they can be played in a group environment for a peer-based learning experience.
An ePortfolio (eP) is an electronic collection of evidence that tracks the users learning journey over time allowing them to share and reflect on learning experiences.
Zoom provides easy to use webinar, screen sharing and video conferencing facilities. It has been used at the University for remote tutorials, group webinar sessions and supporting distance learners.
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