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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Dr Tabitha Tuckett (UCL Library Services) explains how undergraduates can establish research skills through studying rare books and manuscripts
The research context for Physics and Astronomy undergraduates has changed and with it comes new challenges and opportunities, says Dr Paul Bartlett (UCL Physics and Astronomy).
Shiva Riahi (UCL Laws, Centre Manager) and Rachel Knowles (UCL Laws, Centre Teaching Fellow/Solicitor) take the lead on a practical community engagement course offered to final year undergraduates, providing them with a hands-on experience of legal education in a Connected Curriculum framework.
Dr Tim Baker (Senior Teaching Fellow, UCL Mechanical Engineering) has been working with first year undergraduates to develop a ‘one stop’ online resource where students can learn vital practical industry skills.
Rose Crowley (iBSc Paediatrics) and Daven Armoogum (Physics and Astronomy) offer examples of alternatives to the traditional assessment and feedback procedure.
Judy Medrington is Academic Administrator and Disabilities Co-ordinator for UCL Institute of Archaeology.
We asked three NSS Liaison Officers to reveal their secrets and share their advice.
From designing experiments to writing papers, Dr Hazel Smith explains how first-year Biology students took on the challenge of completing an intensive research project.