Technology-enhanced Learning Support

The Technology-enhanced Learning Support (TELS) team (formerly Blended Learning Services) are part of IT Services and offer support to University of South Wales staff in the use of a variety of online technologies.

Technology-enhanced Learning

One of our key areas is working on Strategic Business Process Owners Group (SBPOG)-approved projects offering consultancy, training, advice, guidance and documentation across a broad range of areas including:

We offer support in using tools such as:

Supporting Academic Teaching Practice

We work collaboratively with a range of academic and support teams across the University to support your Technology-enhanced Learning teaching practice.

Please visit the the new Technology-enhanced Academic Channel. This brings together a range of information, advice and resources about how you can make the most effective use of technology within your teaching practice, including Blackboard, online assessment, Web 2.0, audio and video.


iTunes U and iBooks

We are proud to be the first (and only) university in Wales to host content on iTunes U — the largest body of free, online, educational resources in the world.

  • You can use iTunes U to share academic, student and faculty resources with the world; to demonstrate the excellence of our work at the University of South Wales, and share in our success with more than 2 million downloads of our work.
  • You can also use iTunes U as a source of educational resources for your subject, created by the best of the universities, museums and cultural institutions around the world.
  • We also publish media-rich, Multitouch, iBooks Textbooks — our flagship first publication is Research Methods for Business Students, Managers and Entrepreneurs.

For more information, visit our iTunes U web channel.


The team

The Technology-enhanced Learning Support team is:

The Facililitation and Publishing Team is a subset of TELS, led by Sue.