by: Pen Lister on: Nov 14, 2013

How to use this site

Snapshot: A quick guide to help and tips on using the site, with links and brief explanations of terms and sections

How to use this site
  • Channels and categories: use the main three areas to find content focused on Tutorials, Blackboard (aka weblearn) or Expertise knowledge
  • General browsing by type: browse types of content using the media, pedagogy, resources or disciplines browsing areas
  • Tags: tags make it super fast to find content covering a specific topic, like social media, or video, for example
  • Search: if you want to narrow down content selections, just type in some words you think most appropriate, and click the submit button 

There are many ways to find content on the eMatrix website, and we are continually trying to make the site easier to use and more useful to all in the learning and teaching community. Let us know your thoughts on what works best for you, we are always listening. Be sure to check our FAQ for further quick help.

Universities and Academic Contributors

The site offers content which is created by practising academics in a number of subject areas and specialities. Everyone who contributes to the site is qualified in their subject area, often up to PhD level. Many of our staff contributors are senior or principal lecturers, others are e-learning or academic support professionals.

We are also partnering with other institutions to offer university focused content, with areas defined by each institution. Within the universities area we also share research work which has focus on uses of technology in acaemic settings, both in learning and teaching as well as other purposes like student support and experience.