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All aboard the ISSOTL express!

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I’m not new to the concept of scholarship in teaching and learning but my recent experience of attending the International Society for the Scholarship of...

Diverging and Converging for Team-Based Learning

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Diverging and Converging for Team-Based Learning  Working on team-based activities can be challenging for many students. For example, some students feel uncomfortable or not sufficiently...

Reflections on Global Citizenship

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In 2021, we started a Leeds Institute for Teaching Excellence (LITE) fellowship that aims to help academics embed Global Citizenship (GC) in the curriculum. ‘Global...

Reflections on my first year as a fellow

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Phase 1 of my LITE fellowship project involved recruiting students from across campus who self-identified as ‘under-represented’ to form a research team with me to...

SEC 2022 and Decolonising

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Femi Owolade is a Research Assistant at LITE supporting a range of LITE Fellowships contributing to the University's work in widening participation and student success....

SEC 2022: Belonging and Student Voice

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Natalja Nassonova is a Student Research Assistant for LITE. Her role is to support LITE fellows in carrying out their research and to provide the...

SEC 2022: Belonging, Community and Inclusive Teaching

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Jenny Brady, Project Lead for Inclusive Learning and Teaching, Leeds Institute for Teaching Excellence, reflects on the standout messages from this year’s Student Education Conference...

Combatting the threat of contract cheating

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With the International Day of Action Against Contract Cheating, Caroline Campbell and Lorna Waddington, Project Leads for the  Academic Integrity Strategies LITE Fellowship, review progress...