Centre for Learning and Teaching

Past projects

You may find there are learning and teaching development projects that have undertaken work in an area that could help you enhance your learning and teaching. These might be projects funded from our own institutional Teaching Development Fund (TDF) or from external sources. You can find out more about our past projects below.

Past TDF projects

2015-16 projects

  • Learning from Blogs: evaluating the learning and teaching benefits of using blogs in Higher Education – Dr Oliver Walton FHEA, Department of Social & Policy Sciences
  • Student Learning Associates (Year 2) - Ms Charlie Slack & Mrs Mandy Wilson-Garner, Students’ Union
  • Evaluation of the PAL scheme for undergraduate pharmacy students – Dr Julie Letchford SFHEA, Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology; Mr Oliver Schofield, Students’ Union; Dr Paul Shepherd SFHEA, Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering and Dr Anthony Bush, Department for Health
  • Supporting international student success through a peer led pre-induction – Ms Nicola Peacock, Student Services and Mrs Gemma Ker-Bridges, School of Management
  • Enhancing learning and teaching by using social media and videoconferencing - Dr Wali Aslam FHEA, Department of Politics Languages & International Studies; Dr Robin Shields FHEA, School of Management; Dr Hannah Family FHEA, Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology; Dr Oliver Walton FHEA, Department of Social & Policy Sciences and Dr Danielle Wain, Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering
  • Induction & Continuing induction Moodle page and resources – Prof Gareth Price SFHEA, Department of Chemistry; Mrs Sarah Stead, Faculty of Engineering & Design; Ms Jenny Medland, Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences; Mrs Catherine Haines, Faculty of Science;  Miss Eliza Shaw and Miss Laura Stubbs, School Management
  • Pedagogies for promoting transcultural competencies – Dr Katie Dunworth SFHEA, and Dr Hugo Santiago Sanchez FHEA, Department of Education
  • Implementing Reasonable adjustments and inclusive teaching practices for disabled students in an academic context – Mr Anthony Payne, Student Services
  • V-Labs – Dr Richard Burke FHEA, Department of Mechanical Engineering & Dr Biagio Forte, Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering
  • Sports Performance Mini Conference 2015/2016 – Miss Eva Piatrikova and Dr Nick Willsmer, Department for Health
  • AniMechanics: animated resources for visualisation of mechanical systems – Prof Richie Gill, Department of Mechanical Engineering and Dr Ezio Preatoni FHEA, Department for Health
  • LITEbox: promoting learning and teaching technology developments for students and staff – Dr Jessica Francombe-Webb FHEA and Dr Emma Rich, Department for Health; Mr Rob Hyde, Computing Services, Dr Kyriaki Anagnostopoulou FHEA, LTEO; and Mr Ed Stevens, Public Engagement Unit

2014-15 projects

  • Student Learning Associates, Ms Charlie Slack & Mrs Mandy Wilson-Garner, Students' Union 
  • Public Engagement with Research Projects in the Undergraduate Curriculum, Dr Gan Shermer (Chemistry) & Dr Fran Laughton (Physics)
  • A Copyright and IP Information Hub for the Univesity of Bath, Ms Hannah South & Ms Claie Tylee, Library
  • Improving Feedback Mechanisms to UG Students in Engineering Degrees, Dr Michael Bird, Chemical Engineering
  • Piloting the use of Moodle Quiz for SUMMATIVE assessments, Dr Momna Hejmadi (Biology & Biochemistry) & D Jos Darling (Mechanical Enginering)
  • Role Play for Learning: Developing a Process to Support Student Designed Learning Activities, Dr Felia Allum, PoLIS 
  • Training the Trainers to Enhance Peer Support, Mr Oliver Schofield, Students' Union
  • Building Bridges with Foeriegn Languages, Ms Laura Izaguirre, School of Management

2013-14 projects

  • Structure Visualisation for All and Anywhere: An e-Learning Resource, Prof Mark Weller & Dr Andrew Burrows, Chemistry
  • Mobile eLearning And Technology 2, Dr Keith Brown & Dr Hannah Family, Pharmacy and Pharmacology
  • Crowdfunding: a platform and a teaching tool, Mr Robert Chokr, Student in the School of Management
  • Promoting cross disciplinary, collaborative learning through the use of blogs, Dr Steve Cayzer & Dr Baris Yalabik, School of Management 
  • Developing randomised e-quizzes for flexible assessment, Dr Hazel Corradi (Biology & Biochemistry) & Prof Stephen Parker (Chemistry)
  • Academic Representatives Conference, Ms Charlie Slack & Ms Amy Young, Students' Union
  • Interactive Online Engineering Tutorial Sheets within Moodle, Mr James Gopsill, Mechanical Engineering

2012-13 projects

  • Mobile Electronic Marking, Dr David Bence, School of Management
  • Using Mahara for online peer feedback: a collaborative project, Dr Jim Horden, School of Management
  • Student Experience Champions, Mr Alex Pool, Students' Union
  • MeLT – Mobile e-Learning and Technology, Mr Keith Brown, Pharmacy and Pharmacology
  • Development of a Moodle training course for Academic Reps to enhance support, personal development and skills training, Mr Alex Pool, Students' Union
  • Developing technology-enabled learning activities that embed serious simulation games in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences curriculum, Mrs Hannah Durrant, Social and Policy Sciences
  • An interactive Moodle-based resource to develop skills in evaluating literature on laboratory based research, Dr Julie Letchford, Pharmacy and Pharmacology
  • Bridging the Gap: Ensuring that Distance Learning students have a voice in evaluating their learning experiences, Dr Andrea Taylor, Pharmacy and Pharmacology


2011-12 projects