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Insights from the Editor of Reinvention Volume 13 Issue 1

Insights from the Editor, Reinvention Volume 13 Issue 1. The benefits of already working remotely during COVID-19.

Thu 25 Jun 2020, 14:09 | Tags: IATL news, ICUR

IATL’s First Online Module Fair

The online module fair took place on the 29th of April, allowing students to listen to presentations and ask questions about the different modules. You can read more about the event and view the presentations online here.

Tue 19 May 2020, 13:56 | Tags: IATL events, IATL news, Courses and modules

Hear from our MSc Humanitarian Engineering Graduates!

Our students share their experiences, thoughts and career ambitions following completion of the MSc Humanitarian Engineering and variants.

Tue 19 May 2020, 12:44 | Tags: Courses and modules

ICUR 2020

International Conference of Undergraduate Research, on the 29-30th September 2020, is still open to you and that the conference, and therefore the current Call for Abstracts, is still going ahead.

Tue 19 May 2020, 11:21 | Tags: IATL news, ICUR

ICUR featured in EAIE’s Forum magazine

The work of ICUR has been featured in the spring issue of EAIE’s Forum magazine on Digitalisation.

You can download it here, or view the featured article here.

Mon 18 May 2020, 15:13

OSL: Digital Pedagogy - POSTPONED

POSTPONED

The uses and expectations of technology in education have perhaps changed as much in the last ten weeks as they have in the last ten years, and we are in the midst of a period of rapid learning and adjustment. Therefore, now more than ever it is valuable for us to consider the relationship between teaching, learning and technology.

 

Join us for this interactive online conversation as we discuss our learning and practices during this sudden move to online life, how we might take that learning into future learning environments and classrooms, and how we can support each other and share practice in this period of rapid change. We will critically explore the role of technology in our teaching and learning in this new landscape and consider how, as educators and learners, we can engage with technology so that it better supports (rather than governs) our pedagogic intentions and practices. This will be a supportive and exploratory event in which we can discuss what we have learned from both our successes and failures, as well as how we can incorporate that learning into the future of higher education.

Thu 07 May 2020, 16:47 | Tags: IATL events, Warwick events

Reinvention an International Journal of Undergraduate Research, volume 13, issue 1, publication 29 April 2020

This issue brings you research from a wide variety of disciplines, to make us think about our current context and the relevance of research to life. With five original research papers, two book reviews and two exhibition reviews.

We hope that as you read this work you will learn something new but also see the positivity the future holds, even in such troubling times.

Thu 30 Apr 2020, 12:30 | Tags: Articles, blog posts and publications, IATL news

Wellbeing Library Project Officers

Daniel Reed (School of Engineering and IATL) and Udokama Iwumene (School of Engineering) have been appointed Wellbeing Library Project Officers.

In these exciting roles, they will work with students and staff from a wide range of academic departments on a WIHEA funded project seeking to generate a Warwick wellbeing open access resource library. The roles will focus around capturing successful pedagogies and activities aimed at embedding wellbeing within the curriculum, in order to engage and support staff and students in the development and delivery of approaches for incorporating wellbeing in the curriculum, while celebrating existing Warwick excellence in this pedagogic field.

Tue 25 Feb 2020, 10:54

IATL 10th Anniversary

Throughout 2020 we will celebrate the first decade of IATL, which was established in 2010 when the CAPITAL and Reinvention Centres united to form a new academic department at Warwick. Since then, IATL has been an institutional leader in educational innovation, undergraduate research and co-creation with students. While the educational and political landscape around us has changed in fundamental ways, the opportunities for interdisciplinary and international collaboration are now more exciting than ever. Over a series of workshops and events this year, we will look ahead to Coventry City of Culture in 2021, BCUR & WCUR in 2022 and various projects in support of ‘Excellence with Purpose: Warwick in 2030’, an exciting university strategy that we have helped to shape over recent years.

Wed 29 Jan 2020, 13:54

Working with IATL

We have a number of opportunities for students to work with IATL projects over the coming term. You can find details on current opportunities to contribute to IATL’s work of educational innovation at the University of Warwick here. IATL values diversity and encourages applications from a wide range of backgrounds.

Mon 13 Jan 2020, 16:15 | Tags: Work with IATL

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