The TIPS Blog is a collection of short articles written by colleagues, sharing examples of their teaching practice. Each article outlines a teaching intervention, explains the design rationale, evaluates impact and suggests how these could be used and adapted by others.

Anyone involved in teaching at the University can share their examples of practice, click below to learn how to submit an article to the TIPS Blog.

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Post Categories: Student Experience | Tools for Teaching | Developing Others | Design for Delivery

In July at LITE, we re-launched our popular Share, Adopt, Adapt workshops with a focus upon sharing experiences, techniques and strategies relevant for online teaching online. Run in conjunction with the TIPS Community, the sessions have not only played an important role in promoting best practice at the University but have promoted a sense of…
Alice Shepherd (Accounting and Finance) shares how she uses learning modules in Minerva: Instead of using folders within Minerva, I now use learning modules, in which items are presented sequentially to students.  I did this because students found it easier to navigate for a ‘flipped classroom’ course and I think the same rationale will apply…