Innovations in learning and teaching within your Faculty or School
Find out about the latest innovations and developments in learning and teaching within your Faculty or School.
Share your innovations in learning and teaching
We are always enthusiastic to hear about your innovations and ideas to develop learning and teaching within your unit, programme, department, faculty or school. This helps us to share best practice across the University.
We can also provide specialist support and advice to help you to implement your ideas.
Faculty of Engineering & Design
Find out about the latest in technology enhanced learning within the Faculty of Engineering & Design by subscribing to our blog.
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Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences
H&SS has a group of champions for innovation in teaching and learning. We hold regular meetings and come together as a think tank, representing all of our Faculty departments. We promote and share effective and innovative practice in learning and teaching, and sponsor an annual event.
The Faculty also offers teaching development funding (TDF) to projects that demonstrate innovation and are seen to have a wide reaching and sustainable impact on teaching and learning within our departments. Find out about past projects by visiting the Learning & Teaching Hub. If you have an idea for a project and would like advice about funding, contact Geraldine Jones, e-Learning Officer.
Subscribe to the H&SS Faculty blog for technology enhanced learning to stay up-do-date with our latest activities.
Faculty of Science
The Science Innovations Group (SIG) is for anyone involved in delivering teaching and learning within the Faculty of Science. The group has monthly meetings to discuss the latest ideas and share good practice in using technology to support teaching, learning and assessment.
Apps for teaching, learning and research
Keep up-to-date with the latest about apps for teaching, learning and research by signing up to Keith Brown's blog. Keith is a Learning Technologist within CLT.