eLearning Projects

Do you need some assistance with an eLearning project?  

eLearning Services work with various schools and departments within the Faculty to provide custom and innovative solutions to improve student learning, teaching quality and staff efficiency.

Please feel free to discuss your needs with our team.

Some of the projects we have worked on with various schools and departments within the Faculty are shown below. 


A student resource to aid learning. The site includes a core drug list, as well as correct dosage and route of administration information, and various self-assessment modules that students can undertake to test their knowledge.

Augmented Experience Modules (AXM)

AXM is designed to promote student learning with real patients and consists of 5 steps:

  1. Patient identification: A patient with a particular medical or surgical condition is identified
  2. Pre-interview learning: Before seeing the patient, the student then learns about the condition through an interactive experience
  3. Patient interview: The student then sees the patient with the module providing tips on what to ask and look for and records the information
  4. Gathering results: The student looks up the relevant patient investigations and enters them into the module
  5. Assessment: The student is assessed on what they have learnt through multiple-choice questions

The outcome is a student who has learnt about a condition, which has been reenforced through a real patient experience and they have tested their knowledge in context. They also retain a de-identified record of their patient encounters as a resource that can be reviewed later.

Metabolic Challenge

An interactive online resource designed to assist students learning biochemistry. It includes self-paced exercises which employ a problem based approach to address metabolism issues.

The exercises are complemented by a set of interactive tutorials covering the basic principles of metabolism.

Need help with your eLearning project?

If you would like advice,  more information or help with your project, please submit a request through our eLearning Services Jobdesk or contact us.