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Research-informed teaching

Someone who has direct access to research, so somebody who is teaching directly from their own experience is very valuable.

Dr Angus Davison
School of Life Sciences


Research informed curriculum


What colleagues are saying about Research-informed teaching

more about Research-informed teaching from the "Talking of teaching" blog

Alan Jenkins on mainstreaming undergraduate research

"The serious issue is that the relationship between people's interest in their teaching ..."

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Information skills

The Teaching and Learning Support Team offer information skills sessions for Schools to embed in their courses.

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Hear from colleagues and students

It's not about the answers, it is about how to ask questions. We explore with our students that academia is not about condensing things into textbook-style information: most interesting is what happens between the lines of a textbook, and how the people who wrote it gained the information that appears in a textbook

Dr Katharina Lorenz, Humanities

Professional Development

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