About learning technologies
Today, across all subjects the delivery of teaching and learning relies heavily on learning technologies. The University’s core systems that touch almost all students are the technical foundations for you to build upon. For advice or on how to get support for these tools select from the websites below. These tools are centrally supported by Learning Environments.
Learning Management System (LMS)
The LMS is the University’s core learning platform. Our LMS website includes practical information, advice and support around the LMS. You will find resources, training, login links, guides, and support for staff and students.
Learning Environments supports the Echo360 Lecture Capture system. The Lecture Capture system records and live streams lectures and events in supported venues. Staff can also upload recording to the system or create their own recordings using Universal Capture. Recordings are made available to students as streaming video, via the LMS. Find information about supported venues, managing recording schedules, Universal Capture, Lecture Capture bookings and staff or student support guides.
Student Learning Surveys (SLS)
The SLS replaces the Subject Experience Survey (SES).
The SLS seeks students’ perceptions of their learning experiences in subjects taught at the University of Melbourne. Approved by the Academic Board, these instruments assist in the continuous quality improvement process for subjects.
All learning technologies
Learning Environments supports a number of other learning technologies including, Cadmus, FeedbackFruits, Gradescope and Padlet. A full list of external online learning tools supported by the university for learning and teaching, with important information, resources, and getting support for each tool.