Mapping collection objects with teaching units across campus: uncovering resources buried in the Uni’s museums to maximise their value to our skilled teaching staff and curriculum developers. It is all about removing barriers between the learning and teaching community and...
We know that doing hands-on research is an excellent way of developing critical thinking, communication skills, attention to detail, and much more – in short, skills which would be handy in any job. The Department of Ancient History is running a...
At this year's HERDSA, Associate Professor Barbara Grant introduced the idea of "A Thousand Tiny Universities", a way to address current movements in the sector.
Read about this year's Arts Learning and Teaching Award recipients and their outstanding work.
A reminder to Faculty of Arts units using Leganto in Session 2 to send your reading lists to the Library soon, and information on training and how others can participate.
A sneak peak into the Archaeology of Death & Burial (ADB-TV) Project team's exploration of three arguments advocating for bringing digital media into curriculum, assessment and learning activities – inspired and funded by the Professional Digital Competencies project.
Former PACE students provide long term reflections on their PACE experience. As these students go from strength to strength, we see how their PACE experience served as an important first step on their career journeys.
The internship program enabled the students to become co-creators of learning resources that directly impact student learning.