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.
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.
The seventh annual International Conference of Undergraduate Research took place at Warwick on 24th and 25th September in the Oculus building, linked to simultaneous events at nine institutions across five continents.
Members of the teaching team of IATL’s Science of Music module, including Dr Oksana Trushkevych, Dr Gavin Bell, Dr Sue Burrows, Tim Cunningham and the Coull Quartet, gave a talk and musical performance at the Guildhall in Coventry on the opening day of the British Science Festival. IATL’s tutors explained in their talk how sound waves are made, how they travel through the air and how they’re perceived, referencing their teaching on the Science of Music module and research in Ultrasound.
An IATL and Feminist Dissent Web Seminar - 8th of May
The seminar is open to all University of Warwick students. Registered students will receive a certificate of participation. Places are limited. Please register to secure a place here.
This is the second of two interdisciplinary pilot seminars that draws its inspiration from the Warwick-based online peer-reviewed journal called Feminist Dissent. The module’s focus is to develop an understanding of a worldwide proliferation of fundamentalist religious movements and the global rise of conservative and racist populist movements taking place in the context of the ongoing crises of capitalism and resources.
The final event of Languages Thirst @ Warwick Video Competition - 28th of February
You are warmly invited to the final show event of Languages Thirst @ Warwick Video Competition. Join us for the fun where you will watch the short-listed videos from the contestants, cast your vote synchronously, enjoy a Chinese Tea Ceremony and taste food from different countries.
Event is free but online booking is required.
Genetics: Science and Society – IATL Module Exhibition- Wed 21st Nov- 12-4pm
Come and see the paintings, artworks, posters, stories, videos, websites and podcasts produced by last year's cohort of cross-faculty students on 'Genetics: Science and Society' for their self-devised assessment. Explore and celebrate the great ideas of your peers and learn more about genetics and its impact on society and popular art!
Book Launch- 'Rethinking New Womanhood'
Congratulations to Dr Saba Hussain, one of our module convenors ('South Asia in Britain', IL030), who has contributed to a recent book, 'Rethinking New Womanhood'. There will be a book launch on 27th June, 1-3pm, at Social Sciences- Room A0.23.
Please contact email@example.com if you are interested in attending.
Jesse Stommel and Sean Michael Morris, co-founders of Digital Pedagogy Lab and Hybrid Pedagogy – a digital journal of learning, teaching, and technology will be coming back to the University of Warwick for two days in June. Click here to find out more and to register.
Tuesday 13 February 2018, 14:00-16:00 | Collaboration Space, Teaching Grid (Library)
This workshop, by former IATL team member Phil Gaydon, will take radical virtue epistemology – which asserts that knowledge is not static, but a dramatic moment, a lived experience, and a passionate embodiment of our most deeply held values – and explore precisely what it entails for education, and its potential to engage students.