e-Learning @ DUT
What is e-Learning at the DUT?
e-Learning is when technology is used to support teaching and learning. What may be considered e-learning can take many forms. A training course that is delivered entirely online; a teacher showing students a video within a lesson; live assessment of student’s work online; students using interactive technology such as social media to work together on a project; students using their tablets to access worksheets and course materials off campus are all manifestations of e-learning.
DUT aspires to be a digital University. To reach this goal DUT has put in place a Learning Management System called the ThinkLearnZone. The ThinkLearnZone is a virtual classroom where students are able to access course notes, submit assignments, receive announcements, communicate with their lecturers and classmates, and undertake assessments.
CELT e-learning staff – contact for assistance with the TLZ
e-Learning Faculty Representatives
Faculty of Accounting and Informatics
Ferina Marimuthu 031 373 5646 email@example.com
Faculty of Applied Sciences
John Mellem 031 373 6717 firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty of Arts and Design
Rosh Sunder 031 373 2507 email@example.com
Faculty of Health Sciences
Colette Kell 031 373 2393 firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty of Management Sciences
Nisha Ramlutchman 031 373 6827 email@example.com