Peer Support for Teaching is core to the University’s pursuit of high quality and continuously improving educational provision
It should be a means of enabling, and tangibly demonstrating commitment to, real improvement in the quality of learning and teaching.
What is the role and responsibilities of the Public Intellectual - to truth, to society, to our disciplines and to ourselves?
The above paper by Dr John Issitt and Dr Duncan Jackson looks at these and other issues.
The Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PGCAP) is a 60 credit Masters-level programme designed to both support and enhance the engagement of University of York staff with their academic responsibilities.
PGCAP is normally a condition of employment for new academic staff who have less than three years full-time teaching experience.
Modern research supervision is complex, comprising a multitude of responsibilities and roles undertaken in an environment that is more and more accountable and in which expectations are rising.
This series of four workshops is for staff new to supervising doctoral students.