The Centre for Learning and Teaching works with colleagues across the university and its partner colleges to improve the student learning experience. We offer informal consultancy to individuals and course teams, professional development through courses, seminars and online resources, and run a variety of events and conferences such as the annual Learning & Teaching Conference. We also undertake educational research projects, some externally funded, others internally commissioned by the University, and contribute to the development of institutional and national policy.
In collaboration with Information Services the Centre for Learning and Teaching has developed the Digital Literacies Framework which will support the university's digital transformation.
You can find more information about each of these areas of activity through the links or by using the search box. Please contact the CLT office (details at bottom of each page) if you would like to discuss any aspect of your teaching.
Higher Education Academy Fellowships through the University of Brighton Professional Recognition and Development (PRD) Scheme
Pictured above are some of the University staff receiving their Higher Education Academy Fellowship and Senior Fellowship awards at the graduation ceremony on 13 February.
The photograph features, back row, left to right: Alice Conway, Stewart Ullyott, John Canning, Catherine Wilson, Graeme Awcock, Gordon Ferns, Julie Fowlie Front row, left to right: Stewart Glaspole, Juliet Eve, Jane Melvin, Catherine McConnell, Vikki Haffenden, Helen Stanley
Others who received awards were: Kate Aughterson, Andrea Benn, Rebecca Bramall, Gary Brickley, Josh Cameron, Lucy Chilvers, Channine Clarke, Geoff Courts, Elizabeth Cunningham, Bethany Davies, Ian Dore, Jonathan Doust, Kerry Doyle, Callum Firth, Theofanis Fotis, Hannah Frith, Melanie Gill, Deshinder Singh Gill, Paul Grivell, Deniz Hassan, Sid Hayes, Elona Hoover, Marc Keech, Jenny Knight, Alison Lansley, Deborah Madden, Elise Maynard, Lesley Murray, Sunny Parikh, Robert Rudkin, Dipak Sarker, Alex Taylor, Tracey Taylor, Tim Vincent, Raymond Ward, Carol Williams, John Wrighton, Tina Xu.