LITE Fellowships

Current Fellowships

THE ACADEMIC LISTENING PROJECT - This project aims to investigate the significance of second language listening, in English, in the student education of NNS international students from student and lecturer perspectives.
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LEARNING ANALYTICS - This project will critically evaluate the implementation and use of learning analytics at the University of Leeds.
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ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF ONLINE RUBRICS FOR FEEDBACK AND ASSESSMENT - This year-long Fellowship will explore how students engage with online rubrics. 
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TEACHING MUSICAL COMPOSITION IN THE 21ST CENTURY - This project aims is to refresh of the taught curriculum in music composition at Leeds completely, revitalising modules at Levels 1, 2, and 5.
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PEDAGOGICAL WELLBEING & THE CURRICULUM: THE EMBODIMENT OF WELLBEING AND THE UNIVERSITY EXPERIENCE - This two-year Fellowship will develop pedagogical wellbeing by investigating how to facilitate and develop embodiment of wellbeing in the Leeds Curriculum.
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EXPLORING LINKS BETWEEN INDUCTION, EXIT AND RETENTION (ELIXIR) - The project will explore successful induction practices across the University, in order to identify baseline induction provision and more specialist School and Faculty level provision.
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USING ASSESSMENT MAPPING AS A TOOL FOR CURRICULUM EVALUATION AND DEVELOPMENT - This project will provide tools to support stakeholders in LEAF (Leeds expectations for assessment and feedback) and assessment mapping to make informed decisions using the data collected from the assessment mapping exercise to drive curriculum development and improvements in assessment and feedback practices.
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STUDENT SUCCESS ACADEMIC LEAD - This two-year fellowship (60%) will develop the University of Leeds’ strategy on Inclusive Curriculum design. It will develop an Inclusive Curriculum design toolkit and implement framework/baseline standards in this area.
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Previous Fellowships

CO-CREATION OF DESIGN FOR LEARNING - This project will explore visual, social and participatory methods in the process of design for learning. 
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BUILDING A CIVIC CURRICULUM: HELPING LOCAL SCHOOLS BETTER SUPPORT EAL CHILDREN THROUGH ENHANCED STUDENT IMPACT AND TEACHER CPD - This project aims to address this need and achieve civic impact on two fronts: by providing language training to maximise the effectiveness of the SiS scheme in terms of EAL support, and by offering that training to teachers as a continuous professional development opportunity.
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REIMAGINING UNIVERSITY ASSESSMENT BY LEARNING FROM SECONDARY EDUCATION (RUALSE) - This project was inspired by the recent A-level reforms that have moved A-levels from modular teaching and assessment to final and synoptic exams.
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MAXIMISING AND EXPLOITING ASSESSMENT CRITERIA THROUGH INCLUSIVE CO-CONSTRUCTION (ME-ACTIC) - This project aims to look at ways for all staff and all students to have a shared understanding of, and to be using clear assessment criteria that have been developed through a co-construction model.
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MOBILE PHONES AND DIGITAL CREATIVITY - This project will explore how mobile phones contribute to digitally mediated forms of creativity
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INVESTIGATING THE IMPACT OF SCREEN BASED VIRTUAL REALITY ENVIRONMENTS ON STUDENTS' SPATIAL THINKING - This project builds on the existing, successful Virtual Landscapes project that develops screen-based virtual reality environments to enhance the training students receive in preparation for geological mapping fieldwork and to help them develop 3D visualisation skills.
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Realising Resilience: An Evidence-Based Approach to Embedding Resilience Within the Curriculum
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Role of language in discipline-specific knowledge and understanding
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