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LALTCON18 | Fostering Student Independent Research

The LALT Conference (LALTCON18) was open to all staff and students on Wednesday 14th November 2018. The day hosted a range of activities aiming to showcase research on teaching practices and methods of supporting students with independent learning. Staff and student contributors from across the University of Lincoln community delivered presentations. Title: Fostering Student Independentabout .


Innovation for Assessment

Dr Marco Pinna – Principal Lecturer/ Programme Leader – School of Mathematics and Physics – College of Science – Staff Profile The Advanced Topics in Physics was taught for the first time in 2017/18 to final year students. The 15-credit module was run over the academic year. During a recent Institute of Physics (IoP) accreditation theabout .


Gaining National Teaching Recognition – Applications open

Are you interested in gaining national teaching recognition? Advance Higher Education (Higher Education Academy) is currently inviting Universities to nominate staff for the prestigious National Teaching Fellowship Award and recognise outstanding individual contributions to teaching excellence and student outcomes in Higher Education and also those achieved by teaching partnerships through a Collaborative Award for Teachingabout .

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Student-Created Information Videos on Infection Control

Dr Clare Miller –  Senior Lecturer/ Programme Leader – School of Life Sciences – Staff Profile Below is a short summary of a video case study we captured with Dr Clare Miller. To see the full version of the video please follow this link. Summary: Dr Clare Miller engages students with public health topics, challenging their communicationabout .

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LHERI Impact Research Journal: Student as Digital Producer

Hanya Pielichaty – Senior Lecturer/ Programme Leader – Department of Marketing and Tourism – Lincoln International Business School – Staff Profile This series of blogs aims to highlight elements of good practice or research from across the University. Below is an abstract of the main document, the full version of which can be found here.about .

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LHERI Impact Research Journal: Motivating Students to Access Support Service in HE

Lynn Pickerell – Teaching Assistant – School of Psychology – College of Social Science – Staff Profile This series of blogs aims to highlight elements of good practice or research from across the University. Below is an abstract of the main document, the full version of which can be found here. Title: Motivating Students Toabout .

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Accessibility Checklist – 10 Quick Tips for Easily Accessible Content

Accessibility involves designing systems to optimise access. Being inclusive is about giving equal access and opportunities to everyone wherever possible. In education this involves reducing and overcoming the barriers that might occur in: Digital content Teaching and learning activities Assessments Accessibility is about designing out any unnecessary barriers that make it harder to engage andabout .

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