LTI Grants – SPARK! & IGNITE! – Extended Deadline

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS! If you have a project in mind to use technology to enhance your teaching practices and improve the students’ experience, this is your […]

Playful and Creative Learning in HE

Next Tuesday LTI will be hosting a presentation by Chrissi Nerantzi (Principal Lecturer in Academic CPD, expert in creative, innovative learning, teaching and assessment from […]

Blogging as a Method of Assessment

The past couple of years an increasing number of LSE academics started integrating blogging in their courses. This took various forms, from using the blog feature […]

LTI’s Funding Opportunities: Results and New Call

Find out about the SPARK projects that were funded for the 2016-17 academic year and read about our new call for our large-scale IGNITE scheme, […]

Using Powerpoint to create engaging simulations

Last academic year, two PhD students  teaching in the Department of International Relations  embarked on a journey to make their course more engaging to students. […]

SPARK Grants: results and last call!

The results are in!  In March the SPARK! Committee reviewed applications from our  first call and approved three projects aimed at improving the student learning experience […]

Playful learning

In February I was lucky enough to attend the ‘RemixPlay’ event at Coventry University.  Hosted in the amazing ‘Disruptive Media Lab’ the day featured some […]

Long distance collaborative teaching – evaluation and recommendations

LTI Grants aim to test new forms of teaching, learning, and assessment at LSE through the use of technology, with the aim of diversifying student […]

Designing quick and effective games for learning

Workshop on game based learning in HE Wednesday 30 November 14:15-16:15 Led by Alex Moseley, National Teaching Fellow, University of Leicester This workshop is open […]

Mahara, Blogging and Peer Review

Edgar Whitley from the department of Management tells us about using Mahara as a tool for blogging and peer assessment and its benefits to teaching, […]

Successfully implementing Ed Tech

Reflections from an EDx course I recently undertook a Mooc (Massive Open Online Course) hosted by EDx and accredited by MIT on the Implementation and […]

Tablets in Teaching and Learning: Marking and Feedback

In 2014, teachers from LSE’s Language Centre started exploring the use of technology to mark and provide feedback on students’ written work. After trying out […]

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