Fully Online Education

As part of our  Digital Transformation strategy, the University of Leeds is making plans to grow its portfolio of research-based fully online education opportunities.

From fully online degrees through to online sub-degree qualifications and professional learning, growing our online education provision provides an opportunity to meet the global demand for higher education by reaching new students alongside our existing, campus-based learning provision.

Also, our new ‘Fully Online Education’ MS Teams site now live. This site is a one-stop shop for anyone interested in Fully Online Education. It will guide you through the process of developing a fully online programme, from registering an initial expression of interest or opportunity through to the development stage. The site is also a space to discuss ideas with colleagues across the University.

Lastly, you can find information and a series of Q&As below that will form part of a larger series (upcoming events can be found on the events page), furnishing Academic staff with the details they need to take programmes online.

Fully Online Masters

Watch our first live Q&A on Fully Online Education, delivered by Helen Durham, Academic Lead for Online Education and Anja Simpson, Senior Market Research & Insight Manager, covering the process involved in taking a course online. (N.B. this video is locked for internal UoL audience only)

Fully Online Education Q&A

Fully Online Education Q&A

You can also find some recent case studies from the new fully online Engineering Management MSc.

Creating a distance learning course

Creating a distance learning course is a process of bringing together appropriate methods of teaching, discussing and assessing study material while ensuring academic excellence. Dr Miljan Mikić explains how DES supported him in his journey towards creating an online course.

Going online: Innovating teaching and learning

Prof. William Gale explains how DES supported him in his journey towards creating a distance learning programme.

Credit-bearing Courses & Short Courses

In this Q&A session, Academics discuss taking modules and short courses online to create MOOCs. This is another option within our wider digital agenda. (N.B. this video is locked for internal UoL audience only)

Taking your course online Q&A

Taking your course online Q&A

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