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Mini-survey: what areas of teaching would you like to know more about?

19 June 2013

A series of short, 'how to'-style videos is being created for the Teaching and Learning Portal and UCL staff have the opportunity to influence the subjects these cover through a short survey which also offers the chance to win a £50 John Lewis voucher.

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Are you keen to learn more about assessment methods? Would you love to know how to get quieter students to speak up more in class? Or are you interested in developing your course's online offerings?

Whatever it is that you want to know, you have the opportunity to share these thoughts via a two-question mini-survey that should take less than a minute to complete, and to thank you for your time we will also give one entrant* the chance to win a £50 John Lewis gift voucher. 

*Only members of UCL staff will be eligible to win the voucher. The competition closes at midnight on July 31 2013.

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