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Research internship scheme for undergraduates

Authors: Dr Geethanjali Selvaretnam, Senior Lecturer, EconomicsKaren Clancey, Undergraduate Programmes OfficerAdam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow In this blog, we share how we created a research internship scheme for undergraduate students at the Adam Smith Business School at the University of Glasgow (ASBS), explain the process and show how beneficial such a scheme is. […]

Autonomy and self-regulation: co-creation to mitigate the impact of COVID and support Senior Honours students

author: Eneida Garcia Villanueva Eneida is a doctoral student at the School of Modern Languages and Cultures. Her interests lie in sociolinguistics, Hispanic studies, and educational research. In her PhD, Eneida investigates Family Language Policy and Child Language Brokering. You can find her on Twitter @EneidaLinguist and LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/eneidalinguist/) Background Modern Languages students across the globe have […]

CPD- collecting shiny things

Originally posted on NTU Fellowship Community:
So the Learning and Teaching conference season is kicking off which makes it a good time to talk Continuing Professional Development (CPD). CPD is a really significant part of your fellowship claim and a way to demonstrate how you are keeping abreast with sector challenges, evidence-based practice and pedagogical…

The practicalities of an online pivot: adaptation in real-time

 Author: Kirsty McIntyre Introduction to context It was the summer of 2020, and Higher Education in Scotland was facing indefinite suspension of on-campus teaching following a rapid emergency pivot to online teaching in March 2020. In my role as coordinator of the first semester of year 1 of an undergraduate medicine course, I had many […]

Building a Study Community through Podcasts

We are Dr Micky Ross and Dr Julia Bohlmann – the International Team at UofG’s Learning Enhancement and Academic Development Service (LEADS). We work with international students from all subject areas, so there is always a lot to do. Until last year we never quite got around to expanding our online provision. But the enforced […]

Hold the Date for Pedagogy in Engineering and Technology Seminar

Spring Seminar Series Published on behalf of Dr Rami Ghannam and Dr Imran Ansari (please contact to book place Imran.Ansari@glasgow.ac.uk) or if you are member of staff at the University of Glasgow find the information here (link opens in new window). 08th of April 2021 3:00 PM BST Title: Active on-Line Learning Abstract: Traditional lectures have long been […]

Hold the Date for Pedagogy in Engineering and Technology Seminar

Embedded Disciplinary Literacy in Science and Engineering: A Universal Design Case for Academic Inclusion Spring Seminar Series Published on behalf of Dr Rami Ghannam and Dr Imran Ansari (please contact to book place Imran.Ansari@glasgow.ac.uk) or if you are member of staff at the University of Glasgow find the information here (link opens in new window). […]

Write and Shine Sessions

What are these sessions? Write and Shine sessions are sometimes going under the name of writing boot-camp, or shut-up and write (yes that’s the official title) sessions. These sessions are very loosely based on Prof Rowena Murray’s work (link opens in new window). To summarize, the idea is to disconnect from everything else, get together […]

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