The Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) Cluster is located within the Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology (CREET). Students in this cluster will be members of the Institute of Educational Technology.
Research interests in the TEL Cluster include Open Educational Resources (OER), citizen science, inquiry learning, participatory learning, accessibility of learning systems, learning design, technology-enhanced assessment, mobile learning, game-based learning, learning analytics, and understanding the changing experience of distance learning. Our expertise in these fields is world-renowned and our researchers carry out exciting projects funded by organisations such as The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the European Commission, Nominet Trust, and the UK Research Councils. IET is providing educational technology expertise for the FutureLearn company. In 2013 IET was granted the first ever Regius Professorship in Open Education to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
Students’ research will be within one of the Institute’s three Research and Innovation programmes:
- Innovating Pedagogy
- Learning in an Open World
- Learning Analytics.