Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning
The Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning focuses on theoretical and practical challenges related to educational uses of technologies for teaching and learning in formal and informal educational settings.
The Centre is a hub for research and practice in technology enhanced learning. Underpinned by a small core team mostly based in the Department of Educational Research, the Centre has Associate Members drawn from a range of other departments across Lancaster University and from other groups worldwide with whom we maintain close links. We encourage the participation of a range of PhD students currently conducting their thesis research, and we benefit from the ongoing contributions of Alumni Members who previously obtained their doctorates in the Department.
Please visit our PhD pages to learn more about our flagship programmes.
RT @StudiesinTEL: Rose-Anne Camilleri (@rocamt) investigates the different impacts of various digital resources in kindergarten education in Malta, focussing on the goals, mediation, contradictions and onwards development in how the tools are used. https://t.co/scC1fndJE8
RT @StudiesinTEL: Dave Gatrell (@legaladvert) studies how implementing video-based assessment using an online video annotation tool remediates an existing approach to formative assessment and exam preparation in a clinical optometry module. https://t.co/deeQW1uWuH
RT @StudiesinTEL: Two more #activitytheory articles released as part of our special issue. Details below for papers by Dave Gatrell (@legaladvert) and Rose-Anne Camilleri (@rocamt). Both consider how introducing new technologies re-shapes pedagogical practices. @CtelLancaster @EdResLancaster
RT @StudiesinTEL: Charles Barker examines systemic contradictions in a video-supported presentation activity, and shows how using #activitytheory in this way can point the way forward to re-designing the activity system. https://t.co/NpGX7uKzkd