The web based Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), WOLF (Wolverhampton Online Learning Framework), is a key system used by students and staff to support learning in almost every subject area, making the University a leader in online learning.
Developed by the University, WOLF provides a range of tools and facilities by which tutors can deliver enhanced learning material in support of classroom-based teaching and tutorial contact, and engage students actively in the learning process.
As well as allowing tutors to make available any reference material, notes, media and documents related to a subject or module of study, WOLF offers collaborative tools to facilitate discursive activity among classes and smaller workgroups.
A range of integrated tools is provided to assist students in managing their study-related activities, and monitor progress within the context of the materials being used. WOLF's communication tools increase opportunities for tutor interaction with individuals, workgroups and the class.
WOLF is available via the web for use both on and off campus by staff and students.
Currently there are over 2,000 available WOLF 'topics' in support of modules of study across the University, with a further 600 in development by tutors. WOLF has over 20,000 subscribed users amongst University staff and students.
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