Student engagement in learning and teaching

Exploring new ways for students and staff to enhance engagement with learning, teaching and assessment.

More information is available from Institute for Academic Development, Student Engagement.

Interactive Lectures

A first year undergraduate student in biology, shares her experience using ‘Quectures’ as an interactive method for encouraging student participation in lectures.

‘Quectures’: Encouraging student participation

Discussion Boards

eLearning Coordinator for the online Clinical Trials programme, reflects on using discussion boards as a useful tool for hearing student voices.

Distant Voices: Hearing online students loud and clear

Student-led initiatives

A Masters student in Sustainable Energy Systems, tells us about the benefits of diversifying learning activities through student-led initiatives.

Maximising postgraduate experience with student-led initiatives

Focus groups

A third-year History student, shares her experience of participating in focus groups, a little-known resource available to students who wish to influence university policies.

Demonstrating student voice: Focus groups on campus