Fulfilling our Potential: Teaching Excellence, Social Mobility and Student Choice.
In November 2015, the Government published its Green Paper setting out its vision for higher education. LJMU submitted its response to the BIS in January 2016.
The institutional response covered a broad range of topics and included feedback on the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), Office for Students, widening participation, graduate employability, market entry and research.
The Government will now consider all feedback to inform the next stage of development. It is understood that further details are likely to emerge.
Original BIS Green Paper
LJMU Response to the Green Paper 150116
LJMU has recently been awarded a grant to improve cyber security in teaching and learning. Institutions have been awarded up to £80,000 to ensure higher education students get high quality, innovative teaching giving them the skills to help protect the UK against cyber attacks.
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At the teaching and learning academy we work directly with Faculties, Schools and Professional Services teams to enhance the learning experience for all our students through educational enhancement, innovation and the transfer and adoption of effective practices and approaches. Acting as the focal point for all teaching and learning activities and initiatives within LJMU we actively support our community of higher education practitioners. We also promote and facilitate collaborative activity in order to enable educational innovation and enhancement to further raise LJMU’s national and international teaching and learning profile and reputation via this blog. Symons fox