The eMatrix is of interest to higher education lecturers and other teachers who wish to improve their online teaching skills. It offers content in the form of articles created by practising academics on many subject areas and specialities. Everyone who contributes to the site is qualified in their subject area and many contributors are senior or principal lecturers, while others are e-learning or academic support professionals. Some of the articles are the output of Master’s level projects from lecturers studying online learning at London Metropolitan. However, we warmly welcome contributions from educators all over the world.
OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
In addition, to publishing articles, we curate open educational resources, vet them for their usefulness, keep them current and include them as additional resources to accompany the articles in the eMatrix.
SUBMIT AN EMATRIX ARTICLE
We welcome articles on topics which are designed to assist lecturers of all levels to get comfortable with teaching online from all contributors worldwide. The articles undergo rigorous quality and originality checks by an editorial panel and a team of web specialists who curate and check online educational resources to accompany the articles. We welcome a heads-up on any useful resources our users find. All resources are covered by Creative Commons licences. We do the research open educational resources so busy lecturers don’t have to!
ONLINE TEACHING SERIES
In the Online Teaching Series, you will find four topics:
- Learning Design
- Feedback and Assessment
In the Learning Series, the articles have been categorised as advanced, intermediate or, beginner under topic headings:
- Developing Digital Learning Skills
- Applying Learning Technologies
- Web-based Learning and Teaching
- Facilitating Online Learning
INVESTIGATIONS IN UNIVERSITY TEACHING AND LEARNING
Under this tab you will find all the copies of Investigations in University Teaching and Learning. Investigations is a registered academic journal produced for London Metropolitan University by the Centre for Professional and Educational Development (CPED) to disseminate good practice, scholarship and research in learning, teaching, assessment and curriculum development.
Engage Students Effectively with Group Work25th August 2017
Online Group Work12th July 2017
Good Online Learners: Making Online Learning Work6th July 2017
Creative Commons4th March 2017
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