Virtual Student Education Conference 2021

A VIRTUAL Student Education Conference (SEC) will take place on January 7 with a theme of ‘Lessons from a hybrid world’.

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The Share, Adopt, Adapt Workshops relaunched online

The new series will continue to examine and showcase best practice across the University of Leeds as well as address new challenges posed by COVID-19 restrictions. Sign up now.

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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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New LITE Mentoring Scheme

For colleagues interested in research and scholarship of student education.

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A VIRTUAL Student Education Conference (SEC) will take place on January 7 and will explore ‘Lessons from a hybrid world’...

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THE Share, Adopt, Adapt Workshops (SAAW) have been re-launched into an online format. The new series will continue to examine...

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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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PRACTICAL ideas around decolonising your curricula in STEM will be explored as part of this Share, Adopt, Adapt workshop. Join...

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EFFECTIVE practice by Learning Technologists will be examined as part of the next Share, Adopt, Adapt workshop (SAAW). Chris Thompson...

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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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