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The National Teaching Repository

Learning from each other so that we can continue to enhance and improve what we do

About the NTR

The National Teaching Repository is an open access online searchable database where tried and tested strategies ‘that work’ can be housed and harvested.

A space where colleagues can upload and share teaching resources, pedagogical research, approaches and ideas. Their innovations and strategies and in doing so not only help others, but gain recognition and be acknowledged for and e able to evidence of the impact of their work in practice.

It is a space that anyone can search and access hands-on, practical ideas and resources, off the shelf ready to use or to adapt for implementation in their own settings.

It is a space that facilitates your ability to showcase your practice in a range of non-traditional research formats including data, books, reports, code, videos, images, audio recordings, posters, and presentations.

Click here to view and search the repository: https://figshare.edgehill.ac.uk/The_National_Teaching_Repository

‘Disseminating accessible ideas that work’

Why?

…because all too often great ideas are hidden and even when brought to the fore they are not always considered to be of any value outside of the discipline or institution where they originated.

The National Teaching Repository creates a central space where anyone with an interest in teaching and learning and supporting developments in this field can view, download, upload, share and browse the very best ideas. Either to use as ‘off the shelf’ transferable strategies for immediate direct application, or with adaption to meet the needs of their own context.

The repository is all about supporting the strategic implementation of effective interventions that lead to real improvements for students by providing access to high-quality support to as many colleagues as we can because ‘better’ support for staff equals ‘better’ outcomes for students. 

Categories and Curators

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The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)

  • Nathalie Sheridan, The University of Glasgow

 ICTs and Intercultural Learning

  • Xin Zhao, The University of Sheffield
  • Paul Fenn, The University of Sheffield
  • Dr Paul Reilly, The University of Sheffield

 Digital Education

  • Rachelle O’Brien, University of Liverpool
  • Sue Beckingham, Sheffield Hallam University

 Institutions, Organisations and Keynotes

  • Suzanne Faulkner, The University of Strathclyde
  • Deb Baff, The Association of Learning Technology
  • and Dr Scott Turner, Canterbury Christ Church University 

 Assessment and Feedback

  • Claire Moscrop, BPP University,
  • Sue Canning, The University of Liverpool
  • Dr Duncan Cross, The University of Bolton

 Supporting the Student Experience

  • Michael Haslam, The University of Central Lancashire,
  • Dr Richard Bale, Imperial College London,
  • and Dr Dawne Irving-Bell, Edge Hill University 

 Students as Partners

  • Dr Chris Headleand, The University of Lincoln

 Flexible, Open and Social Learning

  • Dr Chrissi Nerantzi, Manchester Metropolitan University
  • Neil Withnell, The University of Salford

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Nathalie Sheridan

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