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Understanding Wellbeing: Online Module for all Warwick Students

We are very excited to be able to share with you our brand-new online module ‘Understanding Wellbeing’, open to all Warwick students. This co-created, not for credit (CATS), HEAR Accredited module, aims to provide students with a safe space and a helping-hand to begin or continue their own wellbeing journey. Students can explore the module at their own pace throughout the academic year.For more information, click here. If you are a student, access the Online Module 'Understanding Wellbeing' on Moodle here. If you are a member of staff who would like to know more about the module and how to bring it to your students, please email understandingwb@warwick.ac.uk or e.riva@warwick.ac.uk 

Fri 21 Jan 2022, 12:45

Times Higher Education: Most Read Resources of 2021 and Podcast

We are pleased to announce that Dr Elena Riva’s article on Wellbeing Pedagogies was one of the most read resources on THE in 2021. To celebrate this, Elena recently featured on a THE podcast about her contribution in which she shares her advice on practices that can be implemented to positively impact student wellbeing, inclusive teaching strategies and enabling classroom environments. You can listen to the podcast here.

Fri 21 Jan 2022, 10:45

Illuminations: WIHEA Funded Project

Illuminations is a WIHEA funded project, building on the work of the Wellbeing Pedagogies Learning Circle and engagement with the Warwick Wellbeing Strategy. Our primary interest at this stage is to explore different ways of talking and thinking about workplace wellbeing with different stakeholder groups across the university. The aim is to help locating and illuminating ways in which institutional work practices, processes, and procedures, in a post Covid-19 landscape, enhance and/or inhibit the wellbeing of student-facing staff at Warwick.

Have you got something to say about workplace wellbeing? Got 10mins to spare? Help us find the words to tell your story using our anonymous submission form. 

For more information and questions please contact Raksha Gohel r.gohel@warwick.ac.uk or Dr Elena Riva e.riva@warwick.ac.uk

Fri 21 Jan 2022, 09:50

Co-creation Officers Conversation

Our Co-creation Officers created a podcast to explain their role in the department and shine some light on our co-creative practices. This recording is a conversation between past and present Co-creation Officers ─ Lanaire Aderemi, Lily Rose Fitzmaurice, Pula Prakash, Marco Marques, Wiki Jeglinska & Sara Lovecka ─ as well as with Naomi de la Tour who created the role and Ben Hayday who helped with the project's initiation. Listen below to find out more about the idea behind the role's creation, the values and responsibilities of the Co-creation Officers and their challenges and successes.

Tue 23 Nov 2021, 10:10

IATL Project Support and Funding

IATL Project Support for staff and students continues to be available on a rolling basis. The maximum amount of funding available has now been increased to £10,000. For further details and how to apply, please visit our online Project Support pages. Consultation meetings with IATL staff (including our Student Co-creator Officers) can be arranged on request, to discuss any project ideas or plans that staff and students may have.

Please email IATL.Projectsupport@warwick.ac.uk to arrange a meeting

Mon 18 Oct 2021, 12:45 | Tags: IATL news

Story Story Podcast by IATL Co-Creation Officer

Story Story is a four part audio history series that explores important events in Nigeria’s history through dramatisation and immersive sound scaping. It has been created by Lanaire Aderemi, one of IATL’s Co-Creation Officers and pulls forgotten Nigerian histories from the margin to the centre.

Please click here to listen to the podcast which is available on all streaming platforms.

Mon 18 Oct 2021, 12:44

ICUR 2021

The ninth annual International Conference of Undergraduate Research was held on 28th-29th September 2021. Warwick presenters connected with fellow undergraduate researchers at our thirteen participating institutions around the world. ICUR 2021 welcomed almost 600 presenters in 118 spoken presentation panels and 70 poster presentations.

Mon 18 Oct 2021, 12:43 | Tags: IATL events, IATL news, ICUR

IATL Welcomes New Colleagues

IATL is an expanding academic community of staff and students with a shared interest in educational innovation. We are pleased to welcome new colleagues, fellows and co-creators at the start of the new academic year.

Thu 14 Oct 2021, 16:47 | Tags: IATL news

Illuminating staff wellbeing

Illuminations is a WIHEA funded project, building on the work of the Wellbeing Pedagogies Learning Circle and engagement with the Warwick Wellbeing Strategy. Our primary interest at this stage is to explore different ways of talking and thinking about workplace wellbeing with different stakeholder groups across the university. The aim is to help locating and illuminating ways in which institutional work practices, processes, and procedures, in a post Covid-19 landscape, enhance and/or inhibit the wellbeing of student-facing staff at Warwick. Have you got something to say about workplace wellbeing? Got 10mins to spare? Help us find the words to tell your story using our anonymous submission form.

Thu 14 Oct 2021, 16:45 | Tags: Warwick news, IATL news

Student Innovation at Warwick new IATL Podcast

Student Innovation at Warwick is a new podcast series on how Warwick's departments embrace innovation. In episode 8, Dr Elena Riva talks about wellbeing, why it is important in student lives and she discuss the work of the students of her module "Understanding Wellbeing".


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