This empirical paper will discuss partnership approaches involving staff and students to develop innovations in learning and teaching and gain new insights into the student learning experience at Abertay University. The focus will be on our experience of implementing the Abertay Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund (ATLEF) which launched in October 2013 and which is now in its third round. Lessons learned so far have wider relevance beyond our institution and offer potential value for the sector going forward.
|Publication status||Published - 9 Sep 2015|
|Event||Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning: Student engagement from research to practice - Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, United Kingdom|
Duration: 9 Sep 2015 → 9 Sep 2015
|Conference||Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning|
|Period||9/09/15 → 9/09/15|
Robertson, A., Cameron, A. J., & MacAndrew, S. B. G. (2015). Collaborative pedagogic investigations involving staff and students to strengthen links between research and practice: a case study from Abertay University. Paper presented at Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning, Glasgow, United Kingdom. http://www.crll.org.uk/media/crll/content/conference/studentengagement/Conference_Prog_final.pdf