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Where do you want to be with e-learning?
30 November 2012
Professor Anthony Smith discusses the growth in open online courses and UCL’s
position in this complex field.
International Teaching Excellence Bursaries: call for applicants
29 November 2012
successful first round of the UCL International Teaching Excellence Bursaries
earlier this year, UCL is inviting staff to submit applications in a second
round of the awards.
Call for papers for CALT's employability-themed Teaching and Learning Conference
28 November 2012
The UCL Centre for the Advancement of Learning and Teaching (CALT) has invited submissions from those who would like to present papers, posters or films at its 2013 Teaching and Learning Conference, the theme of which will be employability.
Bartlett plans a range of learning initiatives
28 November 2012
Following the release of the Bartlett’s 2012 report on the
student experience by Alexi Marmot, Vice-Dean of Teaching and Learning at the
Bartlett, a new faculty-level Research Assistant has been employed to develop a
range of learning initiatives.
The life of a Fieldwork Technician
26 November 2012
Teaching Award-winner Ian Patmore explains how his work helps the Department of
Geography stay at the top of its game.
New case studies section launched
23 November 2012
The Teaching and Learning
Portal has launched a new case studies section dedicated to showcasing
inspirational work taking place around UCL.
Language support service for international students launches
21 November 2012
UCL Union (UCLU) has
launched a service offering Writing and Language Support (WALS) to students
whose native language is not English. Using peer tutors, WALS aims to assist
international students with their academic writing and speaking.
Report on the Association for Educational Assessment conference
13 November 2012
Dr Rosalind Duhs, Senior School-Facing Teaching Fellow in the UCL Centre
for the Advancement of Learning and Teaching (CALT), discusses the main ideas
to have emerged at an assessment-themed conference held in Berlin last week.
UCL and Raindance Film Festival announce short film competition
12 November 2012
In conjunction with the
Raindance Film Festival, UCL has launched a short film competition based on the
theme ‘London for free’.
Student perspective: first impressions of the BASc
7 November 2012
Avy Tennison, a student on UCL's flagship Bachelor in Arts and Sciences (BASc) programme, discusses why she chose the course and what it's been like so far.
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