eAmbassadors in Foundation Learning


At Ealing, Hammersmith & West London College (EHWL), where they have thirteen e-ambassadors, they are equally positive about this non-technology led initiative. Although it utilizes technology, and looks at how this can be applied within teaching and learning, the initiative is led by the needs of learners for relevant and engaging learning

College, e-ambassadors at EHWL work with staff to develop resources, technology and methodology in teaching. They use the social features of Google – G+ circles, communities and video hangouts – to share information and stay connected with each other. The e-ambassadors are using their knowledge of Google apps to develop resources to share with their peers and to train staff in the use of Google apps as a platform for collaborative learning

eAmbassadors recieving their awards from the 157 group


Our student eAmbassadors:

* Used peer learning to develop course resources  with Youtube, Blogs, Podcasts, Social networks and blogs.

* Helped teachers with technology and advised on software and technology for teaching.

* Created surveys, Youtube videos, Prezis, T-shirts, posters and gave presentations to students, staff and industry experts.


eAmbassadors presenting with Toshiba at BETT