Tracy Dix

Learning Development Adviser

Contact details

Tel: 0116 373 6461


Tracy’s role is to help students of all ability further develop their academic skills and literacies so they can reach their full potential at University. This primarily involves close and regular collaboration with academics, particularly at the College of Medicine, Biological Sciences and Psychology, and LLI colleagues to ensure that support is fully integrated into mainstream learning and teaching practices. More recently, this has also involved supporting a range of partnership projects in which staff and students work together to co-design, co-develop and co-evaluate support for learning development. She also enjoys supporting students through centralised workshops and individual study consultations.

Tracy has previously taught at Loughborough University and worked at the University of Warwick in a number of different roles. Most recently, she was focused on embedding information literacies within the curriculum through the Library.


• Integrating support for students’ learning development into mainstream curricula
• Supporting the development of students’ research and writing
• Academic skills and literacies, with a particular interest in digital
• Facilitating staff-student partnerships to co-design and co-develop learning and teaching
• Developing critically reflective approaches to learning and teaching


• Postgraduate Award in Technology Enhanced Learning (University of Warwick, 2016)
• PhD in English (Loughborough University 2008)
• ALT Playful Learning Special Interest Group member


• Academic skills workshops in departments at undergraduate and taught postgraduate level;
• Essays in Focus (academic writing) central workshops;
• Peer Assisted Learning leader training

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