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 Jason Flower

Jason Flower

Learning Technologist


+44 (0) 1392 726262

Xfi Building, University of Exeter, Rennes Drive, Exeter, EX4 4ST, UK

Jason joined the Business School in November 2010 as Learning Technologist after working within the central e-learning team from September 2009 on the VLE migration project.

Prior to working at the University he worked as an academic support tutor at the Plymouth College of Art and Design, assisting students with learning difficulties.


Jason's main responsibility is to support and manage the use of learning technologies within the Business School; embedding and developing the use of technologies across the full range of provision from UG through to PG and executive education; to promote, train and advise staff on the use of available technologies to enhance the students learning.

Currently supported technologies

  • Exeter Learning Environment (ELE)
  • Computer Aided Assessment (CAA)
  • Online Coursework Management (OCM)
  • Turn-it-in software for plagiarism detection and prevention
  • E-marking and E-Feedback tools
  • Audience Response devices (clickers)
  • Lecture recording and personal capture
  • Online communications and collaboration
  • Wikis, Blogs and other web 2.0 technologies
  • Surveys and questionnaire technologies
  • Digital content design and development

Professional Interests

  • Photography and Video production
  • Web accessibility and usability
  • Mobile learning and collaboration
  • Assessment design and analysis
  • Social media and online identity
  • Augmented reality
  • Open and Distance Learning
  • E-Learning pedagogies and evaluation
  • Web Design & Development

Administrative Responsibilities

  • Member, University Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) strategy Group
  • Member, ELE Management Group
  • Member, Online Coursework Management (OCM) project board


PgCert in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (LTHE)
University of Exeter, 2010

BSc (Hons) Multimedia Production and Technologies
University of Plymouth, 2008