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WHAT DO we as teachers need to know about the language of our discipline in order to communicate its knowledge and expectations? LITE fellow Bee Bond writes here about her project and its focus on making knowledge and language clearer to students. As Internationalization moves further up the strategic agenda,...

HOW DO we better prepare our students in the step up to higher education and the challenges of the world post-university? LITE fellow, Lydia Bleasdale-Hill, will explore in her research how we can enhance student resilience in the face of such tests. If we listened to our intellect we’d never...

  ARE TRADITIONAL lecture theatres and learning spaces getting the best from our teachers and students? Digital Learning Director at the University of Leeds, Dr Neil Morris, writes about how a new collaborative model is transforming the landscape. All universities have large tiered lecture theatres.  They were designed in a...

THE POWER of research-led teaching and student co-creation. Laura King and Kevin Linch, School of History, discuss the value of handing over research initiative to the students. All modules evolve: research-based teaching means that we frequently update the content of our module with latest research, ideas and approaches to a topic....