Over the past four years, the Visual Learning Lab has provided funding for personnel from across the University to support the development of innovative and learning-enhancing uses of visual technology. The funding has been allocated according to the CETL objectives of rewarding existing excellent practice, and providing the opportunity for more staff to innovate.
The case studies on these pages feature some of the work. You can view the full report here, or you can search by Faculty or technology type using the menu bar on the left.
There is a huge benefit from doing this kind of thing on a personal level as it makes the teaching process so much more fun, and so rewarding. And what is a University if it is not about teaching?
The University's Promoting Enhanced Student Learning (PESL) website offers a wide range of resources designed to disseminate good and innovative learning and teaching practice, including contributions from the VLL Core and wider team. There are links throughout this section taking you directly to these resources.
Try it yourself.....
If these articles inspire you to try it yourself, why not check out the resources page which will tell you what facilities are available for you on campus, and how you can access them.
A still from a student video submission. (PDF)
Pharmacy students in the newly- refurbished labs. (PDF)
Student nurses learning clinical practice. (PDF)
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