Teaching and Learning Conference

Services

Teaching and learning

Teaching and Learning Academy services

From conferences to training, our Academy works with staff, students and the higher education sector in a number of ways

Our Teaching and Learning Academy’s ultimate aim is to enhance the learning experience of every LJMU student. To achieve this goal, the Academy undertakes a variety of activities, from organising conferences and publishing reports, to offering one-to-one training with lecturers.

Services for staff

Every member of LJMU staff belongs to the Teaching and Learning Academy – lecturers, researchers and members from our professional services teams.

We know our staff are experts in their fields. We wish to build on that passion and extend this into their teaching practice, encouraging staff to share their best practice with other members within the University.

Therefore our Academy offers the following support to LJMU staff:

  • Training and development to enhance academic practice
  • Support for the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), Blackboard and associated learning technologies
  • Host regular Research and Practice (RAP) Seminars, as well as the Teaching and Learning Conference and curriculum network events
  • Reward academic excellence through the Teaching and Learning Awards
  • Support institution-wide teaching and learning research projects
  • Manage Curriculum Enhancement Projects and Curriculum Enhancement Internships
  • Improve student surveys
  • Provide programme-level quantitative and qualitative student feedback  analyses

If you would like to know more about any of these initiatives, please get in contact.

Services for the higher education sector

Our Teaching and Learning Academy work with a range of organisations within the higher education sector, from the Quality Assurance Agency and the Higher Education Academy, to LiverpoolSU and the Higher Education Institutional Research network.

The way our Academy works with higher education institutions varies, but in general the Academy:

  • Offer research and consultancy in qualitative institutional data analysis
  • Build collaborations both within the University and with the wider higher education sector through externally funded and recognised research projects
  • Provide a focus for dissemination, networking, knowledge-exchange and joint-working