UNIVERSITY OF ROEHAMPTON

Job title eLearning Adviser

Location
London (GB)
Posted
09 Mar 2017
End of advertisement period
04 Apr 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Job title eLearning Adviser
 
Job reference RU00635  

Application closing date 04/04/2017

Job category/type Non-Academic/Support  

Department: Library, Technology and Media Services (LTMS) 

Full time, 35 hours per week

Main duties and responsibilities:
1. Undertaking a schedule of work supporting users of the core systems supported by eLearning Services (Moodle, CampusPress & Turnitin), agreed with the eLearning Innovation & Services Manager
2. Supporting staff in academic departments in the use of Moodle including:
a. Innovative use of Moodle tools that will enhance teaching, learning and assessment
b. Ensuring Moodle sites meet a minimum standard to ensure a consistent student experience
c. Pro-actively supporting academic staff in creating online learning activities and resources as part of the design and delivery of programme modules
d. Supporting staff in using Moodle with students
e. Developing mixed modes of programme delivery
f. Face-to-face, online and telephone support as required
3. Participating in the planning and delivery of both online and face-to-face training events in learning technologies and blended learning for academic staff and students.
4. Work closely with academic departments to develop an understanding of their needs and constraints in relation to technology enhanced learning.
5. Work with academic staff to create effective and adaptive online content using tools such as rapid eLearning software.
6. Supporting students in using learning technologies and providing opportunities for innovation.
7. Working with academic departments and other members of the eLearning Services team in undertaking project work.
8. Constantly be aware of emerging learning technologies through research and attendance at regional and national meetings, events and conferences.
9. Participate in activities to promote technology enhanced learning and evaluate its use.
10. Attend appropriate committees, groups and meetings held within assigned academic departments and feedback outcomes to other eLearning Services staff.
11. Working with other members of the eLearning Services team to maintain the eLearning Services web/portal/blog pages
11. Participating in eLearning Services activities, playing a full part in the department’s work
12. Undertaking any other appropriate duties in other sections of eLearning Services as required on occasions to ensure that the University’s core priority services are maintained at all time.

Interview date: week commencing 10/04/2017