First class education and technology

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"Exeter is committed to excellence in learning and teaching. Student success is central to our ambitions, and we consistently feature in UK Top 10 rankings for student satisfaction. Students are pushed to think critically, to analyse, to be creative and to challenge in an exciting environment of inspiring and passionate teachers and learners, with digital fluency being key for both staff and students."

- Professor Jean McEwan and Professor Wendy Robinson

First class education and technology within the curriculum

Isabel Moros

Using technology to enhance assessment

Dr Paul Young

Using technology to enhance assessment

Prof. Ulrike Zitzlsperger

Using technology to enhance assessment and learning

Dr Isabel Santafé

Using technology to enhance assessment

Dr Alison Hill

Using technology to adapt assessment and support students

Dr Laura Sangha

Innovative assessment and technology in learning

Professor Ian McLaren

Innovative assessment and feedback to enhance learning

Dr Alison Curnow

Innovative assessment to develop employability

Professor Tom Tregenza

Using technology in research and learning

Dr Nicola Thomas

Using technology for assessment

Professor Ricarda Schmidt

Using technology to share research

Dr Maria Rosaria Marsico

Using technological tools to enhance learning

Neill Wood

Using technology within practical research and learning

Dr Cris Burgess

Using technological tools to enhance learning

Dr Sue Prince

Using technological tools to enhance learning

Dr Damien Mansell

Using technology to flip the classroom

Dr Sharon Marshall

Using technological tools to enhance learning

Dr Darren Schreiber

Innovative teaching using technology

Professor Carlos Cortinhas

Using clickers to engage large groups of students

Professor Fabrizio Nevola

Using apps to enhance students' learning

Dr Kevin Brandom

Engaging students through simulations

Professor Philip Stern

Engaging students through simulations

Dr Fred Roberts

Using technology to support postgraduate students

Professor Juliet Osborne

Using technology in multi-disciplinary learning

Professor Richard Toye

Promoting digital learning for wider audiences

Professor Tim Lenton

Engaging a wider audience through technology

Dr Thomas Currie

Using technology to enhance learning in Grand Challenges

Christian Mossmann

Using technology to enhance assessment and learning

Prof. Gabriella Giannachi

Using technology to tackle global challenges

Strategies to support education and technology

Kate Hellman

Promoting excellent teaching through ASPIRE

Matt Newcombe

Promoting the importance of digital technology

James Smith

Promoting excellence through the Guild's Visions for Education