Centre for Learning and Teaching



In addition to the staff support and development provided by the Technology Enhanced Learning team, we also manage and/or contribute to a number of institution-wide projects annually, with the aim of enhancing the student learning experience.

Recent high profile projects have included:

Some of our current projects include:


Annual upgrading of Moodle. This year we will be upgrading to version 2.8

Updating the ways in which Moodle integrates with Turnitin (plagiarism detection software)

Developing the Panopto API for better Moodle and Re:View integration, to enable simpler access to lecture capture recordings

Introducing a mobile app for accessing the University of Bath’s Moodle learning environment through mobile devices (iOS and Android)

Investigating two-way communication between Moodle and SAMIS and integration with iTrent (for compulsory training courses ONLY)

Supporting the integration of Online Unit Evaluations (OUE) within the Moodle environment

Supporting the ongoing use of QR codes



Introducing of a new seminar series, via the LITEbox initiative, to showcase practice and raise awareness of potential uses of learning technologies

Developing Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) with academic teams, via our FutureLearn partnership

Self & Peer Evaluation of Online Teaching (SPOT) - A project exploring and implementing a developmental peer review/peer observation process to encompass online teaching and e-learning components of our provision

Support Digital Literacies mini-projects (with Careers, the Students' Union) to promote awareness of digital practice

Supporting the development of augmented reality for teaching and research purposes

Please contact us if you would like to know more about these projects and development or would like to discuss learning technology related ideas which have a broad appeal across the University.