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How a symposium can be used to assess students’ work

Judith Hillmore heard Dr Suzanne Ruddy, UCL Molecular Biosciences, tell attendees at the UCL Teaching and Learning Conference 2014 how her students take part in a realistic symposium as part of their assessed work. More...

Published: Apr 11, 2014 2:34:19 PM

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Students prefer tutorial-based teaching, a new study shows

Clare Goudy reports on a study into student attitudes to small-group teaching, presented at the UCL Teaching and Learning Conference 2014 More...

Published: Apr 11, 2014 1:58:19 PM

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What do students want from their personal tutors?

Abbie Willett, Beatrice Lok and Dr Paul Walker, CALT, revealed the top five most valued aspects of personal tutoring to attendees at the UCL Teaching and Learning Conference 2014  More...

Published: Apr 11, 2014 1:33:39 PM

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Going off-campus: help create a new framework for student project work

Dr Jamie Harle, Medical Physics and Bioengineering, told the UCL Teaching and Learning Conference 2014 about a new framework for student and external supervisor engagement in off-campus work. Mark Copestake reports More...

Published: Apr 11, 2014 10:20:35 AM

Providing graphics skills through distance learning

Open-source GIS

The Bartlett is providing postgrads with vital graphics skills before they arrive at UCL via the Urban Skills Portal.

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Effective teaching videos

'Frame yourself': an illustration by Mike Howarth

A selection of tips to help create professional-looking, powerful videos that complement face-to-face teaching.

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Gain teaching qualification

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Formal recognition for HE teaching is available through the UCL Arena scheme. 

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Final call for UCL International Teaching Excellence Bursaries applications

29 June 2012

This year sees the launch of UCL International Teaching Excellence Bursaries, which provide funding of up to £2,500 per person for an overseas trip. 

Professor Bert De Reyck talks to UCL students

The bursaries have been introduced as part of a drive to expand UCL's profile as an internationally recognised centre of teaching excellence. A key aspect of achieving this aim is increasing international teaching and learning exchanges that advance collaborative innovations and deepen strategic links with overseas partners. These links will support the collaborative development of innovative teaching and learning resources that can be shared across the wider UCL community.

UCL International Teaching Excellence Bursaries contribute to the travel, accommodation and subsistence costs of focused teaching and learning visits overseas with specific outcomes and output, and the deadline for applications is midnight on Sunday July 1 2012. To find out more and apply, click here.

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