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Learning and teaching, reimagined
Digifest, now online With Jisc being an aggregator of much that happens in the digital education space across the UK higher education (HE) sector - from the Janet network and (More)
Is chat where it’s at? 
With the rapid shift to online teaching, it is easy to forget that we’re now communicating with our students via software that was, in ma (More)
Virtual Moots - Challenges and Opportunities
I was fortunate enough to partake in the Moots again this year. This is my third year running and I am pleased to be able to help my colleagues at CLS to help students in the mooting process. This year will always be a memorable year in that most cou (More)
Why did I start blogging? Present Absence

City Learning & Teaching Forum - Student Wellbeing
As part of the LEaD series of Learning and Teaching Fora , the More)
Learning design and the Course Design Sprint Framework
On 16th November, the More)
A lecturer's perspective on ETT's CPD sessions
This autumn the Educational Technology Team (ETT) which works with the School of Arts & Social Sciences and the School of Health S (More)
Jisc's 'Intelligent Campus' comes to City
[caption id="attachment_12100" align="aligncenter" width="710"] Student choices at an intelligent campus?

  Building on t (More)
The untapped potential of pedagogic research
LEaD are thrilled to announce that Tansy Jessop, Professor of Research Informed Teaching at Solent University will be joining us to celebrate th (More)
Teaching With Tablets In Labs
A case study on the use of wireless collaboration in Civil Engineering lab teaching This is the first in a series of six posts about LEaD’s investigations into introducing wireless collaboration technologies to City learning spaces. In looking back (More)
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