Health Education England’s () Technology Enhanced Learning team will be releasing the Learning Hub, with core functionality, at the end of May 2020 and would like to hear from organisations with resources to share and contribute to the platform.
The Learning Hub is being released to support the Coronavirus (COVID-19) response by enabling the health and care workforce to share and access resources during the pandemic.
The Learning Hub will be a new digital platform that will provide easy access to a wide range of resources that are pertinent to education and training in health and care. Users will be able to contribute digital resources (including e-learning, video, audio, images, documents, web links, articles etc) and search and access the variety of learning resources that will have been contributed by stakeholders and the health and care workforce.
Dr Neil Ralph, Head of Technology Enhanced Learning at, said: “Users sharing content is the core of the Learning Hub and it is therefore critical that there is a diverse range of resources that reflect the broad spectrum of stakeholders and learners from across the health and care sector.
“The resources shared on the Learning Hub play a pivotal role in its success, in its vision for collaboration and supporting learners.”
The Learning Hub team is working with existing and new stakeholders to bring resources to the initial release and beyond. Guidance will be available to support stakeholders that are contributing resources to ensure good quality accompanying data, optimising the resource information and searchability in the Learning Hub.
If your organisation has resources you wish to share and contribute to the platform please email tel@, to begin discussions in readiness for the launch of the Learning Hub. . .uk
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