Time for some advisory groups …

Given the sun is shining, it is time we (the elevate) team started our Advisory Groups. So plundering the ideas of what we did at Bath & Bristol …. here goes;

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Elevate Advisory Group

Terms of Reference

  • The group shall be convened twice annually to consider issues of concern to the academic community with regard to innovative learning technologies within the Schools and across the Learning Network.
  • The group shall comprise of the chair (usually the e-Learning Development Manager), representatives from the academic community from Schools and across the Learning Networks.
  • The group shall act as a focal point for discussions around the strategic needs to ensure our staff development and e-learning tools fit for purpose
  • The group shall draw the attention of the University Learning, Teaching and Assessment Group and other relevant groups and committees to any specific developments that may be relevant to the University.

Why form the Elevate Advisory Group?

  • There is the need for more transparency and local input into the development of learning technologies at UCS. The need was identified in the 2010/11 SARE for the Wolsey Team.

What the Elevate Advisory Group is not

  • This is not a discussion area to share good practice in the use of innovative learning technologies.

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System Administrators Advisory Group

Terms of Reference

  • The group shall be convened twice annually
  • The group shall comprise of the chair (usually the VLE Operations Manager), those with Sys Admin rights on Wolsey across the LNs, other members of the Elevate team, or representatives from other relevant parties such as ITS.
  • The group shall act as a focal point for discussions around their specific needs, it shall advise on future developments of the software, the role and implementation within Schools and across the Learning Network
  • The group shall act as a community of practice for the system administrators to share experiences, and develop good practice.
  • The group shall draw the attention of the University Learning, Teaching and Assessment Group and other relevant groups and committees to any specific developments that may be relevant to the University.

 

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