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LITE is excited to announce its 2022 call for fellowship applications. Colleagues who have an interest in exploring an area of student education can apply for a part time secondment to provide them with the space in their workload to enhance their practice through exploration and innovation. ‘My LITE fellowship has given me the opportunity…
Our newest intake of LITE fellows was recently announced at the Student Education Conference by our DVC for Student Education Jeff Grabill. As part of our latest round of recruitment we put a specific call out for colleagues in Professional Services to apply for a fellowship offering the opportunity of a supported programme of support…
Getting published: Going public with your SoTL work  There is growing acknowledgement that we ought to learn more about writing if we want to be published in academic journals (Murray, 2009, p. 3). We are delighted that Professor Mick Healey will be returning to the University to deliver our first LITE Masterclass workshop of 2022….
LITE is pleased to announce that the programme for #SEC2022 has been confirmed and registration is now open. The conference will take place on the 6th and 7th January, and be delivered virtually, including our keynote afternoon presentation from Prof. Eric Mazur, who will be delivering his keynote session from the USA. The conference offers…
DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 25TH OCTOBER @5PM LITE is pleased to announce the call for abstracts for #SEC 2022. The Conference will take place on Thursday 6th and Friday 7th January. The theme for our annual Student Education Conference is Belonging and Community. The conference will be opened by our Vice Chancellor, followed by the chance…
Callie O’Brien, a first-year undergraduate student in the School of Music, has been awarded the first prize in this semester’s composition competition, awarded jointly by the School and the clarinettist, Heather Roche, for whom first year students were asked to write an imagined commissioned piece. The prize was awarded in the context of Martin Iddon’s…
LITE is pleased to announce its second call for LITE Fellowship applications for 2021. Applications for fellowships that support the delivery of the University’s strategic objectives are invited from colleagues from both academic and professional services. These fellowships provide funding of 0.8 FTE on a secondment basis for individuals or split between a project team….
LITE is excited to announce that the theme for the Student Education Conference 2022 will be ‘Belonging and Community’. The conference will take place on the 6th and 7th January. The spirit of community and support is always at the heart of the Student Education Conference and in 2022 we will be delivering  sessions that…
After our most recent call for fellowships we are delighted to announce that the following projects will begin in Semester 1 of the 2021/2022 academic year. We can’t wait to work with all of our new fellows and look forward to keeping the LITE community updated with their progress. More details on each project will…
LITE would like to update its database on the pedagogic research and scholarly activity taking place around campus. In light of the rapid innovations we have seen in the delivery of teaching and learning on all programmes it is inevitable that a lot of colleagues will already be undertaking data gathering and evaluation of new…