Conference delegates experiment with Google Cardboard virtual reality headsets


Helping academic and teaching staff make the most of technology to enrich learning and teaching

TELFest 2021 cancelled

Due to the coronavirus pandemic we have taken the decision to cancel TELFest 2021. 

We love producing TELFest every year, providing our delegates with an opportunity to celebrate how digital technology can enhance our programmes of study, and improve engagement, satisfaction and overall success of our learners.

TELFest will return and we want to take this opportunity to thank you for your support.

Drawing on expertise from across the University and the wider sector, TELFest offers a wide range of talks, workshops, discussions and networking. Regardless of your experience of learning technologies, the festival has been developed to ensure you walk away both inspired and equipped with the skills required to enhance your current practice.

TELFest is a free event for colleagues from higher education, further education, NHS or non-profit organisations.

It is essential to keep exploring the many and varied ways that technology can help academics develop their teaching. While technology isn't always the solution to our problems, we need to recognise the role it can play within learning and teaching. By maintaining a focus on possible technological uses and being at the forefront of applying technology appropriately, we can help meet the developing needs of our students in the way they learn, while also enhancing the way we teach.
Professor Wyn Morgan, Vice-President for Education

TELFest 19 Opening Keynote