Induction with 2020 vision....

Following on from a series of successful workshops LITE Fellows Ruth Payne and Andrew Mearman give an update on the interesting developments in their ELIXIR project

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Transformation Fellows

LUBS and Law launch the Transformation project to redesign flagship modules

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New LITE Mentoring Scheme

For colleagues interested in research and scholarship of student education.

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Spring SEB

The Student Education Bulletin for Spring 2020 is now available to view online.

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The Student Education Bulletin for Spring 2020 is now available to view online. In these unprecedented times, the SEB reflects...

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We are pleased to announce a collaboration with LUBS and the School of Law for 30 new Transformation Fellowships. LITE’s...

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LITE is relaunching its mentoring scheme with a strong focus on supporting colleagues in carrying our pedagogic research and scholarship...

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It was great to kick off the decade with #SEC2020!¬†Preparations for #SEC2021 are already on the horizon; we’d appreciate any...

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This Masterclass will be led by Professor Dilly Fung from the LSE. The session will look at the Connected Curriculum....

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The ELIXIR project has attracted an enormous amount of interest, for which the team is exceptionally grateful. They had a...

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Kashmir Kaur is a lecturer in English for Academic Purposes within the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies. Building on...

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Louise Banahene, Head of Educational Engagement, provides insights into the current focus of her team’s activities and the value of...

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The Deputy Vice Chancellor (Student Education), Tom Ward, reflects on the academic year to date.  The academic year 2019-20 has...

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