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We wrap up this short serialisation of the newly revised Academic IT Service Portfolio with an overview of our services in support of teaching and learning in the University. We are also pleased to announce the publication of the portfolio … Continue reading
Our IT Learning Centre (formerly the IT Learning Programme) features in News from Academic IT so regularly that its services will be largely familiar to readers. Nevertheless, we list them here as part of our series on the newly revised … Continue reading
In the second part of our series outlining Academic IT Services’ revised and extended portfolio of services, we focus on the systems and services that we provide to researchers. Research Technology Consultation We offer consultation and advice for researchers and … Continue reading
Complementing the release of the University’s eagerly awaited Digital Education Strategy, Academic IT Services is pleased to publish a revised and extended portfolio of services to staff and students in the Collegiate University. The services fall into the following broad categories: Teaching and … Continue reading