The Teaching Grid has two flexible spaces that provides opportunities for experimentation and innovation in teaching methods.
The Teaching Grid
Gibbet Hill Road,
The University of Warwick
Who is it for
Everyone who teaches at Warwick.
Please note: The Teaching Grid is restricted by card access. Please check in advance that your card access is working and if there are any problems, please email us at teachinggrid at warwick dot ac dot uk.
What can I do here
- Find out about our services to support your teaching
- Get involved with the teaching community with the peer-led Window on Teaching programme
- Discover how other academics and postgraduates have used technology and space to explore new teaching methods through our Window on Teaching database
- Record your session; Lecture Capture is installed in the Experimental Teaching Space
Find out how to book the Teaching Grid for your teaching.
If the spaces are combined the Teaching Grid can accommodate up to 100 people seated in rows or 133 without furniture.
Experimental Teaching Space
- 7 projectors
- 60 - cabaret
- 68 - seated in rows
- 82 - without furniture
- 1 projector
- 20 - cabaret
- 30 - in rows
- 30 - without furniture
- 80 - cabaret
- 98 - in rows
- 112 - without furniture
- Power sockets
- 8 projectors - 7 in the Experimental Teaching Space and 1 in the Collaboration Area
- Curtains for dividing the space
- A range of flexible furniture
- A range of technical equipment
Clock Opening times
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
Hyperlink Find out how to book
Hyperlink About the Teaching Grid
The Staff Development Collection
This collection contains books and materials specially selected to support those teaching in a Higher Education environment. Topics include:
- Research methods in education
- Supporting students
- Adult learning
- Assertiveness at work
The collection can be browsed from the comfort of the Collaboration Area or borrowed from the Library in the normal way. You can search for 'Staff Development Collection' in the Library catalogue to see a list of current titles, some of which are also available from the normal shelving.
The collection is accessible during Teaching Grid opening hours, even if the rest of the Collaboration Area is booked for an event.