Digital Learning and Teaching at DMU underpins and is a core strand of The Empowering University strategy.
Relevant Guidelines and Policies are linked to from this page. 


DMU Replay policy [download]
This policy applies to the use of DMU Replay by all staff, students and third parties (such as
external guest speakers) for learning, teaching and research activities.

DLaT Programme Development Form [download]
This validation document is designed to enable a dialogue between the programme team and the DL&T Team, about the use of technologies in the curriculum. Programme teams are required to complete the form and send it to their Faculty Digital Learning and Teaching Consultant prior to submitting it with their validation documentation for sign off by the Faculty Executive.

Making resources accessible
This guide show you how to make Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Adobe PDF documents accessible. It encompasses both the values and ethos of the Universal design for Learning and the requirements of Accessibility legislation (Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) (No. 2) Accessibility Regulations 2018) relating to resources made available via websites, including the Blackboard VLE.

Web Accessibility and Inclusivity Quickguide
This documentation offers a basic overview of ways in which you can make your online teaching and learning content accessible – with a particular focus on the use of digital media (images, audio, video and animation).

General copyright guidelines for staff and students

DMU Replay and Copyright

Copyright and the Internet

Copyright in music and films

Digitising material for use in LearningZone

Questions about copyright should be directed to our DMU Copyright Officer.