Teaching and learning conversations (TLC): Flexible bite-size staff development by, with and for academics

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Nerantzi, Chrissi
  • Publisher: UCISA Academic Support Group
  • Subject: media_dig_tech_and_creative_econ | other

This case study presents the new blended Teaching and Learning Conversations (TLC) programme offered by the Academic Development Unit at the University of Salford. The TLC programme is an informal academic development intervention that helps individuals to connect with others from across the university and share good practice. Campus spaces as well as web-conferencing technologies are used to provide more flexible and versatile provision in collaboration with academics and other professionals who support learning and at the same time model the use of such technologies for teaching and learning.
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    Boud, D. (1995) Meeting the Challenges, in Brew, A. (ed.) Directions in Staff Development, Buckingham: The Society for Research into Higher Education & Open University Press, pp. 203-223.

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