The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in an unprecedented shift to homeworking and online teaching for the University. This page shares examples of how colleagues from across the institution have adapted to new ways of working.
The impact of COVID upon practical classes in Part 1 chemistry – an opportunity to redevelop a core module
This article outlines the re-design, necessitated partly due to COVID-19, that was undertaken for the Part 1 chemistry module, CH1PRA, which services approximately 45 students per year.
Shelley Harris reflects on the experience of taking Employability events online for creative writing students
This case study outlines approaches to fostering an active learning environment on the University’s first fully online Undergraduate Pre-sessional Course.
Find out how, whilst in lockdown, Amanda Millmore measured the impact of the new Academic Tutor System (ATS) on students in the School of Law, capturing their experiences, both good and bad, with a view to making improvements.
How ISLI’s Assessment Team created an online oral exam for the Test of English for Educational Purposes (TEEP)
This case study outlines ISLI’s process of creating a version of the Test of English for Educational Purposes (TEEP) for 1-1 online delivery.
Find out more how ISLI moved to full online teaching in four weeks.
This case study outlines the process of rapidly converting the Academic English Programme (AEP) to online, and reports student feedback and reflections on the experience.
From Face to Face to Online in two weeks – Changing the delivery mode of the Academic Practice Programme
This account explores how the Academic Practice Team re-designed three full days of face to face teaching from the Academic Practice Programme into two mornings of synchronous online teaching using Blackboard Collaborate Ultra.