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The TEL edvisors special interest group operates under the auspices of ASCILITE

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Due to the growth of our community, we are now using MS Teams as a main community site. This MoodleCloud site will stay
open in 2021 but new members will need to request to join Teams.

You don't need to be an ASCILITE member to join the group but basic information (name, email, ASCILITE member status) is shared with ASCILITE.

Membership of this group is for people working specifically in learning designer, education technologist and academic developer type roles only.
(Your title may be different, we know this)

People working for education technology
businesses and service providers are welcome to engage with the community via the blog, Twitter and our webinars. To join this group, you need to provide an email address at an education domain - i.e. .edu or or If you are working
as a freelance edvisor, please email and we can add you manually.

It is our intention to put the "practice" back into Community of Practice by supporting and encouraging active participation in this group. For this reason we are using MoodleCloud for the rich assortment of tools that it provides to support engagement. 

We'll be sharing news on Twitter using the @TELedvisors account and #TELedvisors hashtag. 

In tertiary education, there is a wide range of highly skilled and knowledgeable people that provide advice, support and leadership about all facets of technology enhanced learning (TEL)

We are known as educational designers, developers and consultants, learning technologists, and academic developers, among other things. Collectively, we are TEL edvisors. We have chosen the name edvisors because this describes the advising that we do in an educational setting and also lets us put our own spin on it. I hope you join us in finding ways to work together more effectively. 


Colin Simpson, Kate Mitchell and Chie Adachi