Category Archives: Podcasts

The benefits of co-teaching – Ian Badger and Steve Dixon-Smith

Ian Badger, Learning and Teaching Librarian at UCA Canterbury, and Steve Dixon-Smith, Learning Development Tutor at UCA Canterbury, explain why they co-teach in many of their sessions, and how this can help with session planning, delivery and post-session evaluation.

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UCA’s Scan to Teach service – Lisa Moore

_ Lisa Moore, Programme Manager in Digitisation and Copyright Compliance at UCA Farnham, explains the benefits of the Scan to Teach service and how this can help enhance the student and tutor experience.

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Practical approaches to inclusive learning and teaching – Claire Scott

_ Claire Scott, Learning Support Coordinator at UCA Canterbury, discusses several projects she is involved with that aim to create a more inclusive learning environment for students at UCA.  

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Students as researchers – David Anderson

_ David Anderson, Course Leader of Advertising at UCA Farnham, explains how he reimagined the philosophy of his course and why he encourages his students to think of themselves as researchers.  

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Research as ‘creative discovery’ – Chris Jones

_ Chris Jones, Learning and Teaching Librarian at UCA Farnham, explains how he reframes the concept of research as ‘creative discovery’ to help his students engage with literature.

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Using LinkedIn to drive employability – Mary Carson

_ Mary Carson, Senior Lecturer on the Fashion Management and Marketing course at UCA Epsom, discusses how she uses LinkedIn to enhance employabililty.

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Attendance as professionalisation – Phil Gomm

Phil Gomm, Course Leader of Computer Animation Arts at UCA Rochester, explains how he uses assessment criteria to frame attendance within the context of professionalisation.  

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