Transitioning from one learning management system to another is a considerable task, one that will have a huge significance for our student and staff experience. We’re using the shift from BlackBoard to Canvas to spark a transformation (LX Transformation) in our approach to whole of course design across the university.

Extending the possibilities of our new learning management system

LX Transformation is an opportunity to rethink, refresh and transform how we approach whole of course design to enhance the student learning experience in a contemporary digital environment. Over the next few weeks, LXT is partnering with course teams to ready them for course led transition to Canvas for Postgraduate courses being taught in Autumn 2020. There is a detailed plan for the transition and extensive support that will be available to make sure the move is both smooth and successful.

To find out more about LX Transformation and why everyone’s talking about it join us at an upcoming information session in the LX.lab.

LX Transformation Info Session | 2-17 July

Find out…

  • How LXT will support integration of online and face to face
  • Our approach to course-led design to create consistency in the look and feel of our courses
  • How our move to Canvas will complement what we’ve already been doing to disrupt what learning looks like

Who should attend?

All staff, especially if you are teaching PG subjects next year. If you haven’t yet already attended an LXT information session, would like to attend another or have questions, we’d love to see you there.

Connect with LXT

Visit our LXT program page, or if you have any questions email LXT.

Ask us about LX Transformation

Have a question you want to ask us about LX Transformation? Over the next few weeks, we’ll be putting some of your questions to the team rolling out the LX Transformation on camera as part of the ‘Ask that’ series, including some of our faculty staff leading the charge in their schools.

You can see the first in the series with Shirley Alexander, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education and Students) here where she answers some pressing questions from our learning and teaching community.

Send your questions through to us via email or Twitter. We are keen to hear from you!

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