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Manoj Singh

Manoj LargeMA (London), MRes (London)

Learning Technologist (Policy and Change)

Location: Scape 0.01
Email: manoj.singh@qmul.ac.uk
Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7882 2824

Manoj Singh is a member of the E-Learning Unit (ELU), which provides practical and strategic support for individuals and faculties engaged in e-learning, as well as for the development of learning technologies across QMUL.

Manoj employs a combination of educational expertise and methodological skills to enhance teaching and learning experience at QMUL, focussing particularly on effective use of learning technologies. He:

  • provides educational development opportunities and support for staff across the College interested or engaged in e-learning.
  • is a change agent, working with faculties and schools/institutes to instigate, implement and evaluate positive educational change through the effective use of learning technologies
  • works closely with the key stakeholders in order to raise the quality of e-learning provision and practice in programmes across QM
  • promotes effective e-learning by building communities of practice and disseminates effective practice through a variety of channels and media
  • studies pedagogical aspect of E-Learning and identifies new opportunities within learning technologies to improve student learning

Manoj supports the delivery of the following services offered by the E-Learning Unit:

  • QMPlus (QM’s Online Learning Environment)
  • Q-Review (QM’s Lecture Capture and Playback System)
  • Turnitin (Plagiarism Detection and Deterring System)
  • BOS (Online Survey tool)

You might want to get in touch directly with Manoj if you:

  • are interested to know how technology can help you (or your department) to enhance teaching
  • would like to know about online tools for communication, knowledge dissemination, collaboration, assessment and feedback
  • would like to deploy multimedia in your teaching
  • would like to share or explore the good elearning practices across the college and beyond
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