At Teach Learn Collaborate Repeat, Matt East, Education Lead at Talis hosted a collaborative workshop with attendees, which aimed to share insight amongst the community on the following three areas:
What barriers to entry do we often see when it comes to learning?
What strategies have you adopted in an attempt to remove some of these barriers
What tools or technologies have you used to support your strategies?
We were thrilled to host the official launch of the Active Online Reading project at Teach Learn Collaborate Repeat. The Active Online Reading project is supported by the QAA and Talis and this session was led by project leads Dr Jamie Wood (University of Lincoln), Anna Rich-Abad (University of Nottingham) and Jon Chandler (University College London).
At Teach Learn Collaborate Repeat, we held a live panel with teaching and learning leaders from 3 very different universities from across the UK to hear their views on active collaborative learning and what they are planning to do next. During the session, we talked about how can universities and educational communities within them reflect on the past 18 months, and “build back better”.
At Teach Learn Collaborate Repeat, we held a live discussion session with Dr Wendy Garnham (University of Sussex), Dr Chris Headleand (University of Lincoln) and Dr Chris Trace (University of Surrey) to hear more about what ‘next’ looks like after 18 months of pandemic related restrictions.
At Teach Learn Collaborate Repeat, Dr Alexandra Mihai, Assistant Professor at Maastricht University joined us to talk about partnerships and co-creation in learning design and how to effectively collaborate with other stakeholders from across the university.
At Teach Learn Collaborate Repeat, Cecilia Goria, Digital Learning Director in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Nottingham explains the pedagogical priorities that emerged in the past 18 months and how Talis Elevate supported them.