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With the onset of the pandemic, there was a rapid shift to move everything away from the physical to an online method of delivery. LITE Research Support Officer, Dave Riley, charts here how the Share, Adopt, Adapt Workshops (SAAW) were a central part of that journey. At LITE, our approach...

Too often the higher education story of black and other under-represented students is perennially one of under-performance, lack of ambition, engagement and attainment writ large by data. LITE Fellow Dr Iwi Ugiagbe-Green outlines her project here and asks whether we are using the right language to frame the discussion, and...

Louise Banahene, Head of Educational Engagement, provides insights into the current focus of her team’s activities and the value of the student success forums. Louise reflects particularly on initiatives that aim to equalise the degree classifications of BAME and white students. Students from BAME backgrounds are less likely to achieve...

Racheal O’Connor is a lecturer in the school of law. In this article, Rachael talks about her ongoing project to introduce a reverse mentoring scheme, which is commonly adopted in the legal sector. Here she reflects on the pilot study which focuses on supporting the international student experience. Partly supported...