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Promoting, Encouraging, Assisting Learning Innovation's main aim is “to have a transformational influence on the enhancement of the student learning experience to include improved retention and progression through research-informed and evidence-based Learning, Teaching and Assessment practice”. Through LTAS, the University seeks to develop staff who are better able to adopt a flexible approach to developing students with enhanced learning capabilities. Learning Innovation will achieve this through a combination of staff development, research, scholarly activity and good practice, while also working with students to enhance their learning journey. Learning Innovation’s activities include preparation for subject health reviews and programme validations; working with staff to develop curriculum design and assessment; support for innovative uses of e-learning; embedding learning development in programmes; working with students to develop their resilience alongside their academic literacies; providing support for a range of initiatives including Moodle, Mahara, Turnitin and Personal Development Planning; implementing action plans; membership of subject development groups; engagement with Faculty Teaching and Learning Forums and assistance with needs analysis.

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  • Research Output

    Public domain or private data? Developing an ethical approach to social media research in an inter-disciplinary project

    Stevens, G., O'Donnell, V. L. & Williams, L., 2015, In : Educational Research and Evaluation. 21, 2, p. 154-167 14 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 10 Citations (Scopus)

    A socio-cultural exploration of the mechanisms underpinning performance dips following transition from primary to secondary school

    Tobbell, J. & O'Donnell, V., 1 Mar 2014, In : Journal of Education and Human Development. 3, 1, p. 159-176 18 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • The impact of learning in cyberspace on chronic illness: identity, coping and the psychosocial experience

    Stevens, G., O'Donnell, V. L. & Williams, L., 10 Sep 2014.

    Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster

    Open Access

    Activities

    • 1 Membership of network

    Learning Innovation (Organisational unit)

    David Thompson (Member)

    Nov 2016 → …

    Activity: MembershipMembership of network