This network aims to bring together practitioners who are interested in embedding global citizenship into the curriculum. It will provide space to think critically and reflectively about teaching practice, with a particular focus on the global and cultural aspects of curricula.
This network aims to enhance the international, educational experience of all students and to provide support to staff as they work to adapt their student education practice to an increasingly internationalised campus working under the premise that there are no single, or simple answers.
The network brings together academics and professional staff who have an interest in the development of enterprise: including creativity, innovation and entrepreneurial skills as educators within programmes and modules, regardless of discipline, or through a student support role.
The Online Educators Network is a community of practice for colleagues who wish to share their experiences of online teaching, strengthen their practice and develop their skills in a diverse and supportive network.
The Pedagogical Wellbeing Network promotes a holistic approach to embedding wellbeing in to the curriculum. Members discuss the theory and practice of embedding wellbeing throughout the university education experience.
The Research-based learning Network brings together those involved in final year dissertation modules and projects and those delivering alternative research focused projects at both undergraduate and taught postgraduate level the University of Leeds.