The University recognises that e-learning has the potential to transform the learning experience. By supporting active and interactive learning, it means that learning can become more student-centred and student-led.
The University is committed to empowering students as learners in an e-learning environment, helping them to learn effectively with technology and develop the e-skills which will enable them to work and participate in a technology-rich society. In line with this, it is also committed to supporting more accessible, flexible and creative models of curriculum delivery through e-learning based on sound pedagogy. These ambitions are underpinned by investment in staff training, by recognising and rewarding good practice in the education of students and by ensuring that the physical and virtual infrastructures blend to make the best use of learning spaces and environments.