This page outlines current known issues with TELT Systems, and recommended workarounds.
This page was last updated on 11 April 2017.
Blogs, wikis and forums were not designed as educational tools, but they can be very useful in a teaching and learning context for supporting dialogue between students, providing a space for collaboration and chronicling student reflections. But which is most suitable to your needs, in your course?
The TELT Evaluation Framework, developed in 2009 through to 2011, is designed to undergo iterative cyclical refinement and ongoing development, based on the results of the sub-layer evaluations themselves and an ever-changing staff, student and application landscape in which it is applied.
eLearning or (TELT) Technology Enhanced Learning and Teaching is the suite of learning technologies and applications that support learning and teaching at UNSW. The TELT platform is gradually being developed and reviewed to assess its suitability for the learning and teaching needs of the University.
This page presents details of the Learning Management System (LMS) transition from Blackboard Learn to Moodle, and the Educational Media Services (EMS) transition projects for Lecture Recording (Lectopia to EchoSystem) and Educational Media (UNSWTV to Media Distribution System) that occurred in 2013-14.
Timeline for TELT transition projects
This timeline shows the transition and migration phases, key dates and support available for the Technology Enhanced Learning and Teaching (TELT) transition projects in 2013 and 2014.
Submitting an expression of interest does not guarantee a place in a pilot program. Similarly, anyone who participates in a pilot program does so on the understanding that the application is under evaluation against the university evaluation framework for acceptance into the TELT platform.
We are currently preparing for our annual Moodle upgrade. This year we will be upgrading from the current version 2.9 to version 3.1.
In conjunction, the Moodle Direct v1 plugin for Turnitin will be upgraded to v2. This will bring a number of graphical user interface changes and Peermark.
The virtual medical classroom has come alive with the launch of Smart Sparrow, adaptive e-learning technology developed at UNSW that takes the patient - and the teacher - to the student.
Adaptive eLearning Platform