Resources for Learning and Teaching
The Resources section provides links to resources developed from previously funded L&T development projects. This may have been through institutional funding streams such as LeTS resource or the Curriculum Development Fund (e.g. Inclusive Learning and Teaching and TASH), or through national initiatives such as the Centres for Excellence in Teaching & Learning (CETLs) (e.g. Inquiry Based Learning through CILASS, the Centre for Inquiry Based Learning in the Arts and Social Sciences)
The Inclusive Learning and Teaching Project
The inclusive learning and teaching project worked with staff and students to develop a University of Sheffield learning culture which is accessible and creates the right conditions and opportunities to help all students achieve their potential.
The Academic Skills Hub (TASH)
TASH signposts students and staff to academic skills development resources within and beyond the University of Sheffield. The new Student Skills and Development Centre, 301, now has oversight for further development of the site.
Resources for Internationalisation
Internationalising the student learning experience, including internationalisation of the curriculum, and teaching diverse groups.
The Case Studies Wiki Database contains case studies about teaching and learning practice written by colleagues and students at the University of Sheffield.
This set of resources makes available advice and customisable tools for those that are preparing for or involved in the evaluation of learning and teaching (L&T). The resources are intended to be dynamic, to be improved using feedback from those that use them, and expanded as further need for support is identified.
Evaluation of teaching practice is also one of the key areas of activity identified for academic staff in the UK Professional Standards Framework for teaching and learning support in higher education.
Maths and Statistics Help (MASH)
Mathematics and statistics help (MASH) started as a learning and teaching development project in 2007, and has since developed into a centre which provides face-to-face and online support and resources for students from across the institution.