The Heads of eLearning Forum (HeLF) is a network of senior staff engaged in promoting, supporting and developing technology enhanced learning (TEL). We have 140 nominated Heads from UK higher education institutions and a regular programme of well attended events.

Tuesday, 25 March 2014

Steering Group Meeting Agenda: 1st April, 2014

Agenda items are as follows:
  1. Welcome to new and returning steering group members.
  2. Matters arising from meeting held 16th January 2014.
    • 2.1 HeLF Terms of Reference
  3. Allocation of steering group roles and responsibilities (role document previously circulated)
  4. Review of 31st HeLF event, Birmingham, 19th February 2014
  5. Planning for 32nd event (Leeds University, 22nd May meeting)
  6. Initial planning for 2014-15 academic year events
  7. External Liaison Update (BN)
    • Jisc co-design group for EAM projects (BN, NR, LM)
    • Turnitin letter and subsequent HeLF actions (NR)
  8. HeLF members tablets survey (BN, NR, LM)
  9. Membership Update (PA)
  10. Communications Coordinator Update (AR)
    • Website redirect & archive (AR)
  11. Any Other Business
  12. Date and venue of next meeting
Posted on behalf of: Lindsey Martin, Secretary

Thursday, 20 March 2014

Members: What are your priorities for 2014/15

The HeLF Steering Group are meeting in a few weeks to start planning the activities, themes and topics for 2014/15. To ensure this meets the diverse needs across the membership, we have released a simply survey (4 questions) as a snap shot of current priorities.

Members should have received a link to the survey through the appropriate JISC email list. If you haven't, please email Andy Ramsden (


Wednesday, 19 March 2014

Tablet Technologies: Survey

Over the next month, HeLF members are undertaking a survey on UK HE provision, policies and support for tablet technologies across our membership institutions. The outcomes will be disseminated through a number of routes, including with Projects area on this site.

Members should have received a link to the survey through the appropriate JISC email list. For more information, please contact Dr Barbara Newland ( who is leading on this project.