Teaching and Learning
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The University’s Teaching Transformation Programme places an emphasis on developing our teaching to integrate technology-based learning activities that allow for more effective interaction with students in contact time. Such activities are also well-placed to make inter-campus teaching more connected.

As a research-intensive institution, we are well-placed to use the approaches of subject enquiry to challenge our own assumptions about teaching and learning, and to use experience and evidence to improve our understanding and practice.


Dr Rachel Scudamore
Teaching and Learning Directorate

At Nottingham


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In this section

Role of the teacher

How academics perceive their educational role. 



The Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education for new staff.


Teaching methods

Lectures, seminars, PBL: examples of how staff teach.



Students' academic development 

Developing critical ability and independance alongside discipline specific outcomes.  



Massively Open Online Courses and our Nottingham version. 





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At Nottingham

Online tools

  • Saturnweb
    [ UK | China | Malaysia]
    The Student Administration System - details about students and class lists.
  • Teaching tools
    Moodle, Rogō, Turnitin, Mahara and other teaching tools 
  • ePARs
    Records of academic progress plus reflective records of personal development.
  • Reading Lists
    Manage recommended texts for taught courses with links to library holdings or to electronic resources.

Materials for students 


Times and places 


Professional Development

Kings' Meadow Campus
Lenton Lane
Nottingham, NG7 2NR

telephone: +44 (0) 115 84 66664
fax: +44 (0) 115 84 66784
email: pd@nottingham.ac.uk