Guidance and expertise on Technology Enhanced Learning

At LSE, the Eden Centre Learning Technology team (formerly known as Learning Technology and Innovation, LTI) provide Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) expertise, support and consultation. Whether you are interested in enhancing in-class learning, would like to develop your own digital teaching skills, or have ideas you'd like to explore in supporting your students' learning outside face-to-face meetings, or want advice on how to improve your Moodle course design, we are here to support you.  

Advice and Support: 

We offer individual and project consultation, can deliver bespoke workshops to departments, we run a range of TEL-related workshops and deliver training. We have developed a list of case studies that we hope might inspire you to develop your own ideas, with our help.

N.B. for current guidance as to coronavirus education contingency planning, please contact us on eden.digital@lse.ac.uk, or visit our Curriculum Shift 2020 site.

Online How To Guides: 

We have collected our How-to guides on our Tools@LSE page.  

To contact us, email eden.digital@lse.ac.uk. To find out more about us, see our short staff biographies on our Welcome page. These also list which learning technologist acts as adviser for which departments. 

Core learning technology systems

The following core LSE technologies are provided and supported by the learning technology systems team. For more details, click the links below:  

LSE technology access table

 Virtual Classrooms

 Instant Voting

 Lecture Recording

Plagiarism Prevention

 Moodle logo

 ResponseWare logo

 Echo360 logo

TurnItIn logo

 Moodle

 ResponseWare

 Echo360

TurnItIn

Reward and Recognition

Creative and engaging teaching practice is found at the LSE across all disciplines. Over the years, the team have worked with various academics from all disciplines on divergent projects. In 2016 we launched a series of interviews in text and video, to recognise and to celebrate some of these teachers. We are very proud of their achievements and believe that their enthusiasm for teaching can inspire others to be as committed to students as they are.  

LSE Innovators integrate change to enhance the student experience, renew their own teaching practice and transform the way their discipline is shaped and taught, often by integrating educational technology.  

Each LSE Innovator case study is made up of a video and a short profile of the Innovator and their practices. There will be inspirational ideas that you can develop in your own teaching, and links about how the Learning Technology team can support you.