Tag: teaching

Caring for our community: a new way to support students

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The coronavirus pandemic revealed the importance of community and belonging within universities but long before Covid-19 threw a spotlight on this, the School of Economics was tackling the challenge with the appointment of a Student Welfare Manager. Bulletin speaks to Lorna Quickfall about her new role.

In 2018 the School of Economics was faced with a problem; the community reported feeling a lack of belonging and connection within the School. Their answer? A dedicated role to listen and support both students and staff in overcoming the many challenges that come with the journey through higher education.

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Visions for Curriculum Transformation

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Here Ian Glen, part of the Curriculum Transformation Programme Team, shares what they’ve been working on recently.

The Curriculum Transformation Programme Hub has been up-and-running since late April and is the go-to place to find out what’s happening with this pivotal work to take the University towards delivering Strategy 2030: Curriculum Transformation Hub.

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Reviewing our curriculum – insights and learning

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In April, the Curriculum Transformation Hub was launched to support a long-term programme of work aimed at refining core elements of our curriculum and establishing the infrastructure needed to deliver this in line with the vision outlined in Strategy 2030: Curriculum Transformation Hub

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A formula for success

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Hybrid Teaching Exchange digest – 11 May

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The Hybrid Teaching Exchange website showcases how colleagues across the University have approached the shift to hybrid teaching. Here, the team share the latest updates to the website.

The Hybrid Teaching Exchange is where colleagues can share work in progress, learning, insights, ideas, plans and resources to support hybrid teaching. The aim of these digests is to provide an overview of the site and highlight new and existing content that we hope will be useful and of interest to you and colleagues.An illustration of a bird's-eye view of a desk, with pens, pencils, papers and a computer and mobile phone

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