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Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning

 

The Digital Advocates Network was created in the spring of 2018, to better support bottom-up initiatives to enhance teaching, learning and assessment across the collegiate University.

The Network has the following goals:

  • To gather information about the types of technologies that will best support disciplines in meeting teaching and learning aims;
  • To gather and share information about technology already in use;
  • To provide feedback to the University about pilot programmes or strategic initiatives that can help to meet teaching and learning goals;
  • To create a support network and to propagate innovation and good practice.

Events are held once per term and networking and information-sharing opportunities will be provided at each event. If you are interested, please join the Digital Advocates Mailing List (members of the University only; Raven-protected).

 

Next event

Details of the next DAN event will be released closer to the time.

 

Previous events

Details and full programmes can be found on the Previous Events page.

 

For further information about the Digital Advocates Network, please contact Melissa Rielly.

 

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