Quality assurance and further support

Online content developed by the EDU team is informed by sound practice in technology enhanced learning and provides students with learning content which:

  • Is underpinned by current practice in learning design;
  • complies with quality guidelines on accessibility, copyright, and specific university standards, including UHI Harvard referencing and branding;
  • adheres to the university’s minimum specifications which comply with the requirements of the virtual learning environment.

One way in which we do this is to provide additional support information with our resources. This can be seen in the example below which shows the 'i' information content from an EDU resource.

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Further support

A project lead is assigned to each EDU project and you will liaise with them as the project takes shape and progresses.

The Project Lead can provide you with advice, guidance and examples of previous EDU projects.

For queries about the EDU in general or about using existing learning resources please contact edu@uhi.ac.uk and your email will be dealt with promptly.

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All efforts have been made to ensure materials created by the EDU comply with current accessibility guidelines (JISC: Support for learners with disabilities).

If further assistance is required with accessibility matters please contact the student support section in your academic partner UHI: Accessing learner support.


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