People involved in SoTL Research

There have been many different staff across all colleges involved in a number of areas of pedagogical research in the past at the University of Leicester. The selection of profiles included below give an insight into how the staff became involved in pedagogy and their personal interests in this area, as well as past, current and future projects that are being worked on.

Please see individual pages for examples of papers or resources published

NameDepartmentMain areas of Interest
Dr Alan Cann Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour Assessment and Feedback
Dr Alexandra Patel Leicester Learning Institute Peer Assisted Learning, Digital literacies, Sttudent-staff partnerships
Dr Alison Harvey Media and Communication Inclusivity, diversity, democratization and equity in digital culture
Dr Diane Davies (retired in 2012)

School of Education (until 2012)

School of Arts (since 2012)

Distance Learning and feedback
Dr Dylan Williams Department of Chemistry Transferable skills, Problem Based Learning, Resources
Dr Judith West Leicester Medical School. College of Medicine, Biological Sciences and Psychology Student Engagement in reflective practice
Dr Marion Krauthaker School of Arts Self-access language structure, language learning in and out of the class.
Concepts of global citizenship, intercultural awareness, internationalisation of the curriculum and diversity and equality, more particularly in the discipline of Modern Languages.
Dr Phil Wood School of Education Student activity beyond the seminar room
Dr Rob Thornton Department of Engineering Use of informatics in relation to enhancing evidence-based decision making in teaching
Dr Ross Parry Museum Studies Digital transformation and change, accessibility
Dr Sarah Gretton The Centre for Interdisciplinary Science Sustainability, inclusivity, effective teaching
Duncan Greenhill College of Medicine, Biological Sciences and Psychology Sustainability, developing and enhancing online resources
Holly Morris Centre for Medicine Students working in teams
Nichola Gretton Leicester Learning Institute The way students learn
Sarah Plumb Museum Studies
Professor Derek Raine The Centre for Interdisciplinary Science Alternative approaches to teaching, student engagement
Professor Richard Sandell Museum Studies

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