Reading lists - justifying the benefits for both students and lecturers (webinar)

Introduction 

Talis Aspire Reading Lists (TARL) and Talis Aspire Digitised Content (TADC) allows academics to structure their reading lists to suit their unique style of teaching, and the way their modules are delivered. Academics also can continually update their reading list and provide contextual guidance to students on how to approach their research and assignments.

In this webinar Dr Luke Devine, a humanities lecturer from the University of Worcester, presents on how he uniquely uses TARL and TADC to structure his lists to inspire and guide his students in their study. Luke’s reading list, ‘Race’, Ethnicity and Education, is the most used list per student at the University of Worcester, despite being 1,141 items long. In this webinar Luke also explores the benefits of resource lists for lecturers.

If you are interested in hearing from an academic about the importance of reading lists to engage students, and how this is embedded with his teaching style, please do listen to this webinar. 

Webinar recording

 
Have more questions? Submit a request

0 Comments

Please sign in to leave a comment.
Powered by Zendesk