The Leeds Institute of Medical Education (LIME) within the School of Medicine have seen a growing use of Technology Enhanced Learning for the last 5 years, with over 3000 students using mobile devices as part of their undergraduate medical education. The project aimed at exploiting this achievement further by delivering personalised feedback on learning and assessment to live cohorts, as well as supporting building capacity in TEL across the Faculty.
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