Enhancing Practical Pedagogies with Collaborative Annotation
Learn how other educators are using online tools, like Talis Elevate, to enhance their teaching and learning practice.
Helping students find their voice
Dr Wendy Garnham, University of Sussex explains how Talis Elevate boosted students’ confidence
Student Reece reflects on how Talis Elevate removed barriers of fear when engaging in class
Creating Inclusive Learning Spaces and Boosting Students’ Confidence with Talis Elevate
Hear from Aimee Merrydew, Curriculum Developer at the Keele Institute of Innovation and Teaching Excellence. Read the post.
Implementing Talis Elevate into your teaching practice
Talis Elevate or Padlet? You don’t need to choose. Find out how Helen Lovatt from the University of Nottingham combines the solutions for maximum impact. Learn more.
Dr Jamie Wood, University of Lincoln, discusses the ways he has introduced Talis Elevate to improve students’ learning experience
Suzanne Faulkner, University of Strathclyde, explains how she introduced Talis Elevate to students with simple onboarding exercises
Dr Dannielle Green, Anglia Ruskin University, explains how she used Talis Elevate to assess student engagement
Dr Cecilia Goria, University of Nottingham, explains how digital solutions were implemented during the pandemic
Getting students to read
We’re supporting a project alongside the QAA on Active Online Reading. Find out more here.
Engaging Students in Active Reading Online: Lessons from History and Heritage at Lincoln
Dr Jamie Wood
What Do We Mean When We Say “Close Reading”? Collaborative reading as a way of enhancing source analysis skills
Professor Kate Cooper
Solent Active Reading Project
Dr Roy Hanney