Your digital practice

About digital practice

Our University provides us with a wide range of technologies to support student education and research. You can access many of these technologies in lecture theatres, clusters, labs, at your desk and via a web browser. This enables you to work flexibly and collaboratively with your students and peers at other institutions across the world. All of our digital practice development supports our University’s strategic priorities relating to digital:

Teaching and learning online

All resources and provision on this page can support you with this activity but here are some key resources you should be aware of:

  1. Digital Practice (website)
  2. Teaching and learning online (Coronavirus site)
  3. Staff Frequently Asked Questions (Coronavirus site)
  4. Digital Accessibility (website)

Tools and Systems

The University of Leeds offers a range of technologies and resources to support you wherever you work. Please visit the Digital Practice website for more details and guidance in their use.

External online provision: LinkedIn Learning

Following a succesful pilot phase, LinkedIn Learning is available to all students and staff. There is no charge for using any of these resources.

LinkedIn Learning provides flexible access to a wealth of resources to enhance your digital practice. There is an Inclusive Teaching collection (LinkedIn Learning) which includes courses on learning to teach online and making learning accessible. If you haven’t already registered, visit the LinkedIn Learning guide (IT Knowledgebase) to get started.

Our networks

Learning Technologists’ Network (LTN)

The LTN provides you with an opportunity to keep updated with developments in educational technology, strategic priorities and collaborate. The network comprises of about 30 individuals with a role to support digital skills of staff in their school, faculty or service.
If you are new to the University and have a role as a Learning Technologist and you are interested in joining a team of like-minded individuals then please contact Catherine Wilkinson, or Beth Snowden,

  • Learning Technology Network Yammer Group: log into your university Office 365 account, go to Yammer and search for the Learning Technology Network and submit a request to join.

Additional resources

Find out more

Finally, if you have any questions about our digital practice development, including our bespoke provision, please select from the following:

Our Bespoke Services page | Contact us:

Webpage last updated: 11/08/21 | Maintained by: OD&PL