Learning & Teaching Task Force

Learning & Teaching Task Force Aims

The L&T TF carries out a number of projects and activities to encourage the exchange of information and foster collaborative working across Europe. You will enjoy being an L&T TF member if you enjoy meeting and working with colleagues from other European universities. L&T TF membership is open to the EUNIS community. You are welcome to join the L&T TF provided the university or organisation where you work is a member of EUNIS.
You personally must be happy to give a small amount of your time to working on L&T TF projects and activities and the L&T TF would like some of its members to propose and lead new projects. To join the group just email the group leader currently: Gill Ferrell: gill@aspire-edu.org

EUNIS 2017 LTTF pre-Congress workshop: Transforming the student experience: journeys and destinations, was held on 6th of June 2017, Münster, Germany. More information here.

Other Activities

There is always an opportunity to join one of these activities since group membership changes from time to time. Also the ELTF welcomes proposals for new topics and ELTF members are encouraged to lead working groups or to join one or more of them

  • EUNIS Dørup E-learning Award  – This group has drawn up regulations for the award and consists of a team of judges and others who help run the scheme. The first EUNIS Dørup E-learning Award was handed out at EUNIS 2008. Leader: Mads Dahl (Denmark)

  • E-Learning snapshots – The Snapshots group runs occasional surveys of e-learning support across Europe. The snapshots scheme has produced survey reports published as papers at EUNIS2006, EUNIS2007, EUNIS 2008 and EUNIS 2009. Leader: currently vacant

  • Future of E-learning  – This group has looked at development strategies in a number of universities and aims to provide a regular overview of directions. Leader: James Uhomoibhi (Northern Ireland)

  • Open Learning Platforms & MOOCs – The group compares views on the management and development of open platforms and MOOCs. Leader: Yves Epelboin (France)