The Digital Transformation team (DX) and the Academic and Collaborative Innovation team (ACI) in Student Learning and Academic Registry is here to support you in your planning, preparation and delivery of teaching.

You may wish to email us with your queries at

We also offer one-to-one or small group online drop-in sessions for tailored support and guidance. This can be in relation to the range of different tools available to put your hybrid learning model into practice or to develop your expertise and understanding around assessment and feedback, learning spaces and active learning. We can also offer support with learning activities, digital communication and digital solutions for assessments.

How to access an online drop in

We offer 30-minute bookable slots with a Principal Lecturer, Digital Learning Developer or Online Learning designer. The process to access an ‘online drop-in’ is as follows:

Staff wishing to access an ‘online drop-in’ will email, providing us with:

  1. The theme of the request (what you need help with).
  2. Your availability (we’d ask that you give us at least a one-hour window during which you’d be available for a ‘drop-in’).

A Principal Lecturer, Digital Learning Developer or Online Learning Designer will schedule a 30-minute Microsoft Teams Meeting.

You will receive an invitation (as you would with a meeting arranged through Outlook) with a link through which you join the meeting at the appropriate time.

Note. You do not need any special software or equipment to book into one of the drop-in sessions., you simply need a device which can access Microsoft Teams such as a smartphone, iPad, laptop or PC. Teams can be accessed through a web browser ( and is also available for download on Windows, macOS and Android.

For more information on Online Digital Learning Drop-In Sessions, please visit:

Quick reference guides

For quick reference, please take a look at the Staff Guides to Support Practice through the Hybrid Delivery Model. These include Practice Guide resources for Personal Tutoring, Student Engagement, Flexible Assessment and Creative Learning.

The Principles of Course Design for Hybrid Learning toolkit is found at:

Guidance on planning your module:

Guidance on introducing your module to your students:

Guidance on structuring your module:

Guidance on designing collaboration and construction of knowledge into your learning design:

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