Supporting the digital development of people and spaces to enhance learning and working in the university
This site is your route into the guidance and support that has been created to support you with the rapid move to online delivery in response to the Covid-19 pandemic during the 2019/20 academic year and, looking ahead, with the move to hybrid delivery for 2020/21.
There are many ways that the University can support you as you adapt or deliver online teaching – check out this quick guide (the guide is also available as a PDF) to find the right support for your needs, or explore the links below.
At the University of Leeds our aim is to provide a consistent, multifunctional, and adaptable suite of user-focussed technologies which support work and learning, inspiring our staff and students to reach their full potential. Explore the links below for information on our strategies and policies, the benefits of digital education, using digitally-enhanced spaces for collaboration (both online and face-to-face), and the people who advise and support digital development.
Whether you are looking for new ideas or want to refresh your knowledge, you will find a range of support here to develop your digital practice. Start by planning your objectives using the Digital Literacy Framework, which offers ideas and case studies for inspiration and guides you to tools and resources suited to what you want to do. We also provide face-to-face training and support services to help you develop your skills and knowledge to use digital technologies in teaching, research, and everyday work. If you are looking for something specific, or just want to browse what is available at the university, visit the Tools and Resources section.