Teaching and Learning 2022/23 - 2023/24
As a campus university, we are committed to creating a supportive and inclusive community, based in face-to-face learning on our active and vibrant campus. The main mode of teaching from autumn 2022 will be on-campus face-to-face, and students will be expected to engage in their programmes in-person. Distance study is only available on programmes that have been specifically designed and marketed as distance-learning programmes, and post-graduate research programmes/students where distance study has been approved.
We are committed to innovation in teaching approaches and technology enhanced learning, and encourage colleagues to explore and integrate online learning activities where appropriate. These should complement face-to-face activities and have a clear benefit in enhancing the student experience and/or supporting inclusive practice.
Full guidance is available for colleagues in the published T&L Framework 2022-24.
The Centre for Quality Support and Development offers a range of guidance, support and staff development sessions to assist with your planning, design and delivery of teaching.