LTA Connect: Benchmarks for the use of technology in learning and teaching

Keith Smyth, Head of the Learning and Teaching Academy and Professor of Pedagogy will present this one hour webinar exploring benchmarks for the use of technology in learning and teaching.

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In this session, Keith Smyth will explore established models and frameworks for the design, development and implementation of technology-enhanced approaches to learning, teaching and assessment.

Learning and Teaching Enhancement Value

Active and creative use of technology

The UK Professional Standards Framework

By applying the learning from attending this webinar to professional practice, it could support evidence in the following areas of the UK Professional Standards Framework for those seeking Higher Education Academy (HEA) Recognition.

A1 Design and plan learning activities and/or programme of study

K2 Appropriate methods for teaching, learning and assessing in the subject area and at the level of the academic programme

K3 How students learn, both generally and within their subject/disciplinary area(S)

V3 Use evidence-informed approaches and outcomes from research, scholarship and continuing professional development

K4 The use of appropriate learning technologies


Keith Smyth

Keith Smyth is Professor of Pedagogy at the university, and leads the Learning and Teaching Academy. Keith works with colleagues across the university on strategic learning and teaching developments, funded projects and supporting staff to engage in educational research. Much of this work is taken forward through the activities of the LTA.

Keith has particular interests in co-creative pedagogies and curriculum models, open education, technology-enhanced learning, educational strategy and policy, and developing pedagogic research and scholarship. He has written and presented widely in these areas, and has undertaken funded projects for organisations including the Higher Education Academy, Jisc, Scottish Funding Council and NHS.

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