The Learning and Teaching Forum aims to bring together and support colleagues involved in teaching and learning across the University.
Seeking new Committee members
We are looking for 2 academic members of staff from each of the Arts and Humanities and Social Sciences Faculties to sit on the Learning and Teaching forum's steering committee.
The committee meets informally twice per term. Sub-committees are responsible for the detailed planning of each of Forum’s activities, and report back to the main committee on progress.
The term of appointment is 3 years, and during this period, members are asked to:
Informal enquiries can be made to the Chair of the Learning and Teaching Forum, Glenn Hurst (email@example.com).
Please apply via the following link with a brief outline of your relevant experience, what you will bring to the committee and your interest in joining, including which sub-committee you wish to be part of.
The application deadline is Friday 31 May 2019.
It is expected that the new committee members will attend the Learning and Teaching Forum committee meeting on Wednesday 3 July 2019.
- Ideas for articles for Forum magazine, as well as 'Letters to the Editor' relating to past articles or current hot topics, or news items.
- Suggestions for topics to cover in lunchtime workshops.
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Every year the Learning and Teaching Forum organises the University's Learning and Teaching Conference to provide an opportunity to exchange ideas, and to celebrate and disseminate good practice in learning and teaching.
Events and workshops
For forthcoming Forum workshops, go to Learning and Teaching Events
- Details of terms of reference, membership and meetings.
- Dr Glenn A Hurst
Department of Chemistry
- Ext: 2842
Who to contact
- Julia Hampshire
Academic Support Office