Using technology to support student learning

The Faculty of Medicine and Health at the University of Leeds is underpinning its degrees in Medicine, dentistry and the healthcare professions by a programme of Technology Enhanced Learning. Our area of expertise is learning and assessment in the workplace using mobile technology and e-portfolios.


We have considerable practical experience in the implementation of large scale mobile learning programs including the use of e-portfolios for reflection.


For several years we have been innovating in the field of mobile learning.


All our 4th and 5th year students are issued with an iPhone to assist them in their clinical placements. Listed below are some of the apps we have developed to support learning and teaching.


OSCE Toolkit is a series of learning resources to assist students prepare for the OSCE. Each one covers a specific field such as obstetrics or palliative care.


Lite Bites contains a collection of 10 minute e-learning packages designed to assist a clinician teaching students.


RRAPID is an interactive e-book with videos and quizzes that teaches students how to rapidly respond to a patient that is acutely ill.


If you are looking to learn more about this quickly changing field, we can provide advice and consultancy services.

Contact us for more information.