The National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement‘s award competition, Engage 2016, is open for entries! The closing date is Monday 18th July 2016 at 12 noon. The competition recognises and celebrates the excellent work that it is being done to share and develop research with the public. Applications are welcome from projects of all sizes and cost… Read more » about Engage Competition 2016: open for entries!
I delivered this workshop as part of #CELebrate2016, with three main objectives. First, to acquaint participants with the principles of using Computer Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software (CAQDAS) for qualitative analysis; second, to discuss the rewards that come with introducing students to the potential uses of CAQDAS while they are learning qualitative analysis techniques; and… Read more » about CELebrate Workshop: The challenges and rewards of teaching qualitative analysis using CAQDAS
Blog post by Jade Offer, Undergraduate Research Assistant (Innovative Pedagogy)I applied to become an Undergraduate Research Assistant (URA) as I believed it would help me develop and learn new skills, and it did! As an accounting student, I enjoy working with numbers and that is why I initially applied. The field I choose was unrelated… Read more » about Team-work on Team-based Learning Project : My experience as a URA
This post supports and is aligned to the TEL Toolkit pedagogy. Its purpose is to be a focus point for comments, suggestions, case studies, research and ultimately a community of practice for staff who have an interest in this area. We welcome your feedback and comments on this pedagogy in teaching and learning.
CEL were involved in a debate about the nature of engagement with a department in the Faculty of Management this afternoon. Before being able to tackle the subject of how to improve engagement, we needed to define what we mean by engagement. We looked at engagement from both the lecturer and student perspective and started… Read more » about What does student engagement mean?