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Building Inclusive Academic Communities: Case Studies in History, Classics and Archaeology

Author: Kimm Curran and Lisa Lavender (eds)

Type: Briefing Report


This collection shows the active involvement and rich knowledge of discipline-relevant CETL work and the wider communities in History, Classics and Archaeology, on areas such as e-learning and employability: key themes in the work of the HCA and Higher Education Academy.

The case studies provide future faculty members with examples of good academic practice by those who have experience in the
field, but also by those who are ‘new to the game’ and have tried innovative approaches to teaching their subject(s). Participants have varied approaches to teaching and learning within their subject areas and provide examples of the successes (and pitfalls) of trying something ‘new’ or ‘tried and true’.

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