5. WebLearn User Group
WebLearn User Group (WLUG) meetings are held every term in the Thames suite in IT Services. The meetings enable WebLearn users to come together to share ideas and practices and to hear about recent and future developments in WebLearn. It is an opportunity for users to voice their ideas and suggestions in order to inform the ongoing development and support of the system. Guest speakers are always invited to come and give a short informal presentation about how WebLearn works for them. The cream tea after the meeting has become a popular tradition. The three meetings of the WLUG in the 2009/2010 academic year were attended by a total of 85 staff members.
Guest speakers are always invited to come and give a short informal presentation about how WebLearn works for them - if you are interested in speaking then please get in touch.
To listen to past meetings you may take advantage of the WLUG RSS feed display page in WebLearn. This page includes an in-page media player to make it easy to access a recording.
The group has a special site in WebLearn entitled WebLearn User Group; if you are interested then we recommend that you join the WLUG site. The site contains past agendas, notes and other useful snippets; the associated mail list is a useful way of learning about upcoming events and recent news. Being a member of the site means that you will receive email notifications, and it will appear under your 'My Active Sites' tab for ease of navigation.