Who we are
The Digital Education Group acts as a bridge between IT provision and Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) in support of education and aims to identify areas of interest related to the use of technology in support of teaching and learning activities.
What we do
The Digital Education Group provides a forum for the free exchange of information and ideas for anyone interested in the development and practical use of Technology Enhanced Learning in support of teaching and successful student achievement.
The Digital Education Group's discussion lists are used by members to discuss subjects of common interest, express views and opinions and share relevant knowledge and information. To take part in discussions, questions and answers around Digital Education, join the ucisa-deg email list hosted by JISCmail.
Member Email lists
Group discussion lists are to be used by members to discuss subjects of common interest. People entitled to join the list are members of Full and Affiliate member institutions (ie not Corporate members). The lists should not be used to advertise or promote Corporate member or non-members events/services/products. These should be posted via the ucisa-announce list.
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Head of Digital Education
- University College London
eLearning Support Officer
- University of Leeds
- London School of Economics
Learning Technology Team Manager, IT Services
- DEG Chair
- Loughborough University
Learning Technology Adviser
- University of Derby
Technology Enhanced Learning Manager
- DEG Vice Chair
- University of Sheffield
Head of Academic Development
- Coventry University
Digital Learning Service Manager
- Leeds Beckett University
BLE Service Manager
- Bloomsbury Learning Environment
Lecturer in Technology and Innovation
- Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, University of Dundee
Head of Educational Technology
- City, University of London