Events

On Thursday January 27th 3-4, we will be hosting our very first LITE Teaching Show watch party! This new episode features National Teaching Fellow Alison Voice. Alison explains her research on spaced repetition as a tool for learning retention, and as any previous viewer of these clips will know, we like to have fun with…
This interactive workshop, lead by Professor Mick Healey, is focused on writing for publication in refereed journals. Specific examples will focus on writing about learning and teaching in higher education, though the principles apply to preparing academic and professional journal articles across the disciplines. The workshop will give you opportunities to: Choose a suitable journal…

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JOIN THE Leeds Institute for Teaching Excellence (LITE) as we call for the next cohort of Teaching Enhancement Project Leaders (TEPLs) and unveil details of future Fellowship opportunities. Research themes will be discussed – making this an important event for anyone intending to apply for LITE funding. A selection of past and current TEPLs and Fellows…
A CELEBRATION of higher education teaching showcasing a host of national and international speakers will take place across the University of Leeds this summer. Guest presenters from Harvard as well as National Teaching Fellows will join a number of others speakers in the festival of events jointly funded and organised by the Leeds University Business…
PROVIDING EDUCATION for a changing world will be the focus of a symposium by the Centre for Innovation and Research in legal Education (CIRLE). The over-arching symposium theme is ‘Educating for Uncertainty’, with sub-themes of personal uncertainty, global/political uncertainty and professional/workplace uncertainties to be explored on the day. View the symposium programme here. CIRLE Centre…
  THE CHALLENGES and opportunities universities face in how they engage with the next generation of students will be the focus of the next LITE Masterclass. Rebecca Huxley-Binns, who is professor of Legal Education and Vice-Provost, Academic Enhancement, at the University of Law, will lead the seminar at the University of Leeds. Generation Z, as they…
WE ARE delighted to announce Dr Carl Gombrich of UCL as our new keynote speaker at this year’s Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching: Pedagogy and Practice conference. Dr Gombrich, who leads UCL’s interdisciplinary Liberal Arts and Sciences programme, will start the conference, replacing Dr Vanda Zajko, who was previously advertised but has had to withdraw due to unforeseen…
SHINING A light on the co-creation of setting up a joint Leeds/China school will be the focus of the second keynote for the Student Education Conference and Digital Festival 2018. Joanne Shiel from the Language Centre, and Andy Kemp from the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, will reflect on their experience after setting up the University…
PHOTOGRAPHY AS a visual research tool to engage marginalised communities will be the subject of a guest speaker at a teaching network event. And more speakers are being sought to present at the University of Leeds Academic Skills Network event, to share their ideas or talk about current projects in 10 minute slots or as part…
VIDEO: USING INNOVATIVE technology and digital learning spaces to drive student engagement was the focus of a LITE Masterclass. Dr Lee Campbell, Senior Lecturer at the University of Lincoln, delivered his interactive lecture: ‘Technoparticipation – Digital Realia Possibilities for Practice and Pedagogy’, which showcased aspects of his digital pedagogy. WATCH: the full interactive lecture here. He specifically…
  THE LEEDS Institute for Teaching Excellence (LITE) is proud to unveil its second series of fortnightly Work in Progress seminars showcasing the breadth of teaching innovation and scholarship projects across the University’s student education community. This series (see below) of lunch-time talks captures a small selection of the innovative pedagogic research and projects currently being undertaken…
EXPLORING the career development and importance of leadership in student education will be the focus of a new workshop. The event will provide academics and professional service staff at different levels of fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (HEA) across the University, the chance to share and discuss best practice around student education leadership, development,…