Lincoln Academy of Learning & Teaching Blog

Featured: Digital

Introducing The Concept Suite

The Concept Suite is a a new innovative digitally enhanced active learning space for up to 25 students. It aims to blur the boundaries between disciplines, between formal and informal learning, and between learning and creative practice. Guiding principles for the room To encourage dispersed group teaching To provide flexible focus points To support activeabout .

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Delivering Practical Demonstrations Digitally (Panopto)

Ann Draycott –  Senior Lecturer – Lincoln School of Design – Staff Profile Below is a short summary of a video case study we captured with Ann Draycott. To see the full version of the video please follow this link. Summary: Ann Draycott develops a wealth of video resources to guide students through technical procedures.  This flipped-classroom approachabout .

Title image | Digital Education Case Study | Delivery Practical Demonstrations Digitally (Using Panopto)

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“Belonging: A Critical Influence on Student Engagement and Wellbeing in the First Year” – A talk by Dr Ella Kahu – 24 June

We are delighted to announce that Dr Ella Kahu (Massey University in New Zealand) will give a special lecture on “Belonging: A critical influence on student engagement and well-being in the first year” from 3pm-5pm on Monday 24 June in INB0114. About this Event Exploring student engagement in the first year: Multifaceted, contextual, and dynamicabout .

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Flipped Classroom Learning

Jasper Shotts –  Principal Lecturer – School of Health and Social Care – Staff Profile Below is a short summary of a video case study we captured with Jasper Shotts. To see the full version of the video please follow this link. Summary: Jasper Shotts creates a dynamic learning environment for students by mixing a flipped-classroom approachabout .

Title Image | Digital Education Case Study | Flipped Classroom Learning

IMPact Journal 1st Year Anniversary Celebration Event

The University’s journal of higher education research, IMPact, is marking its first anniversary. IMPact is an online open access journal established by the University’s Lincoln Higher Education Research Institute to provide a platform for sharing knowledge and innovations in teaching, learning and assessment. So far it has published three editions, and a student special edition,about .

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Enhancing Feedback for Students (Using Podcasts)

Prof. Matthew Hall –  Professor of Law & Criminal Justice/ Programme Leader – Lincoln Law School – Staff Profile Below is a short summary of a video case study we captured with Prof. Matthew Hall To see the full version of the video please follow this link. Summary: Professor Matt Hall deploys video podcasts as interim updatesabout .

Title Image | Digital Education Case Study | Enhancing Feedback for Students (Using Podcasts)

Featured: News & Events

There’s No Place Like Home: Justice, Migration & Arts | Mansions of the Future

There’s No Place Like Home is a three-day event taking place during 24th – 26th April at Mansions of the Future in Lincoln. It will comprise of an immersive installation by award-winning photographer Hoda Afshar; an artist talk with detainee, novelist and human rights activist Behrouz Boochani; readings by professional actors from Boochani’s prize-winning memoir No Friend But the Mountains;about .

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Fostering Independence through Effective Personal Tutoring | LALTCON18

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 Independence throughabout .

Team-Based Learning pre-conference workshops & Threshold Concepts Conference

The RAISE Network (Researching, Advancing & Inspiring Student Engagement) has brought to our attention that The European Team-Based Learning Community (ETBLC) is delighted to offer University colleagues and RAISE members the opportunity to learn about and experience Team-Based Learning (TBL), by booking onto 1 or 2 of the pre-conference workshops they are offering during Wednesdayabout .

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