Teaching and Learning

Teaching and Learning at the University of Nottingham

Teaching is an ongoing interaction with students through course design, teaching activities, assessment and feedback. Every aspect of our teaching addresses the intellectual and personal development of our students.
Professor Wyn Morgan
Assistant PVC for Teaching and Learning


At Nottingham


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Curriculum design

Defining the learning experience and outcomes for students


Assessment and feedback

Assessing achievements and supporting student progress 



Designing learning activities and interacting in class 



Investing in new teaching technology and innovation



Support for teaching development projects



Recognising and rewarding excellence in teaching


Strategy and policy

Structures, programmes, documents and ways to have your say


Talking of teaching 

A window into the University's teaching culture and practice. Interviews, examples of teaching and short pieces on current issues

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Latest news

HEA Annual Conference 2014 Call for Contributions

Wednesday 29th January 2014

Nottingham academic wins PSA award for teaching

Monday 16th December 2013

HEA International Scholarship Scheme

Wednesday 6th November 2013

HEA Thematic Workshop Seminar Series

Wednesday 23rd October 2013

HEA STEM Biosciences Technician of the Year Award

Thursday 10th October 2013

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Forthcoming events

Teaching Policy Forum

23 April 2014
a03, Sutton Bonington

Students in Conversation conference

29 April 2014
ESLC Building, University Park

Using Space and Technology to Enhance Learning

02 May 2014
ESLC Building, University Park

E-learning seminar

07 May 2014
A33 (LR9) Food Sciences Building, Sutton Bonington

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What colleagues are saying about Teaching and Learning

  • The TWEED Project
    Roger Kerry and Natasa Lackovic: “The TWEED (Twitter in Education) project ran between 28th August 2012 and 16th December 2013 and used a mixed methods approach to explore the educational value and utility of ...
  • Distance learning with Xerte online toolkits
    Video >> James Roscoe (Biosciences) and Joel Reed (Harper Adams University) demonstrate how they have produced e-learning programs for the AgriFood Advanced Training Partnership using Xerte Online Toolkits. This is a recording from the ...
  • Case-based online self-study: a patient-centred approach to Pharmacy
    Video>> Michael Randall (Life Sciences) and colleagues have produced a new Pharmacy course embodying a pre-dominantly patient-centred approach to learning. Some self-study materials, made using Xerte Online Toolkits, allow students to prepare for workshops ...


At Nottingham


Teaching and Learning Directorate

The University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

telephone: +44 (0) 115 846 7206
fax: +44 (0) 115 951 4159
email: teaching@nottingham.ac.uk