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8 November 2017

At this busy time of year, be kind to yourself, learn more about your university and engage with continuing professional development – your students will benefit. Read more…

2 November 2017

I knew my first week on the Catalyst Active Collaborative Learning project was going to be intense. Read more…

16 October 2017

It’s worth reflecting on how many of our colleagues ended up involved in this rather strange world of higher education teaching, since teaching may not, in reality, have been the thing that motivated many to work in the sector. Read more…

5 October 2017

Imagine you’re a manager in a large manufacturing company that builds highly sophisticated electronic control terminals for Network Rail. You’re on a staff recruitment panel and are looking to recruit a recent graduate who can lead a small team of software engineers. How do you differentiate? Read more…

2 October 2017

As lecturers, we tend to think first of what we want to teach. This is an entirely natural response if we view ourselves primarily as subject specialists. Given the task of developing a module on, say, the development of medieval domestic architecture… Read more…

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