VITAL, your virtual learning environment or VLE, is currently under review and your University needs you!
A series of student workshops are being held to give you an opportunity to voice your opinions about VITAL, and put forward ideas about what features our VLE should have.
To help fuel the discussions, there will be free pizzas and refreshments for everyone who takes part in the workshops.
The student workshops will be running between the 8 and 30 November, with one for each school/institute. Don’t worry if you can’t make your session – just book a place on an open session instead.
Your vision is vital – so please book a place on your workshop today!
School/institute specific workshops:
Open sessions for students (and staff) from any school/institute will take place on the following dates:
Don’t forget you only have until 14 November to complete the VLE Review survey – it will only take a few minutes to complete but by doing so you will be able to enter a competition to win an iPad or one of 50 £10 coffee cards. Full details on how to enter the prize draw are available online at the end of the survey.
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