About LALT

The Lincoln Academy of Learning and Teaching (LALT) represents all academics and support staff who teach. LALT serves as a medium for sharing good practice, exploring new pedagogies and working to deliver local solutions to the challenges faced as a result of ongoing developments and changes to the learning and teaching environment.

LALT is a collective where colleagues are encouraged to innovate, collaborate and participate in themes and projects that actively supports their teaching practice.

The Work of LALT is led by the Dean, who is a member of the academic community is regularly elected by his or her academic peers to be Dean of LALT, providing leadership and strategic direction. The LALT Academy Board also meets regularly to oversee activities and to provide strategic input.

The University of Lincoln is renowned for innovation in teaching and learning with its Student as Producer ethos as the underlining principle. The Teaching Excellence Framework, for which the University was awarded Gold in 2017, highlighted the impact of the approach adopted to pedagogical practice.

Across an extensive remit, this work is co-ordinated and delivered through three core teams: