Guides & case studies
In this section you can explore a selection of case studies demonstrating inspiring teaching practices and projects taking place around UCL. These have been categorised according to the area of teaching they best showcase.
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Moderating an online forum can provide your students with an inclusive digital space for them to share their ideas with one another. Steve Rowett and Jessica Gramp, part of the UCL E-learning Environments team, discuss ways to facilitate this.
Dr Kerstin Sailer (UCL Bartlett School of Architecture), winner of an Individual Teaching Award at this year's Provost's Teaching Awards, discusses how her students have benefitted from hands-on teaching and learning by visiting specific buildings and writing a weekly blog.
UCL Centre for Translation Studies (CenTraS) ran an event for 36 postgraduate translation studies students, all new to editing Wikipedia, to learn how to contribute to the online encyclopedia anyone can edit. Co-organiser Dr Mira Vogel discusses its success.
An inclusive and socially responsible curriculum: putting Global Citizenship at the heart of your degree
Dr Doug Bourn (UCL Institute of Education) discusses how global
citizenship themes can assist staff to reflect the diverse needs of their
students and to promote a good sense of global social responsibility.
Tony Slade and Clive Young from the ISD Learning, Teaching & Media Services team have been working on a project to develop a UCL Educational Media service.
Sarah Warnes (Teaching Fellow) and Matt Smith (Learning Technologist) in the department of Management Science & Innovation discuss the UCL Institute of Education web app Learning Designer, and how it can provide a quick way of evaluating the learning activities on a module or programme.
What happened when staff on one module encouraged students to openly license the online products of their assessed group work? Dr Mira Vogel (E-learning Environments) reports.
Dr Tabitha Tuckett (UCL Library Services) explains how undergraduates can establish research skills through studying rare books and manuscripts