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Welcome to the Anglia Learning & Teaching Pedagogic Resource Directory

This page provides information about the Anglia Learning & Teaching Pedagogic Research Directory.

The Directory is divided into the following sections:

  • Resource Titles
  • Contributors
  • Keywords
  • Advanced Search
  • Contributions
  • Community
  • Pedagogic Research Journals

It contains publications resulting from a range of pedagogic projects and activities at Anglia Ruskin, including our Anglia Ruskin University Teaching Fellowship Awards, Learning and Teaching Project Awards, and the Good Teaching Exchange.

In addition to textual resources, such as journal articles, reports, and papers, the Directory also includes links to a range of multimedia resources.

You can search the Directory using the search box on the left hand side of the screen, or carry out an advanced search using the Advanced Search page. Alternatively use the Resource Titles, Contributors, or Keywords pages to browse through the Directory entries.

If you want to contribute to the Directory we would welcome your enquiry – simply use the information on the Contributions page

 

About the Directory

The Directory is concerned with the open sharing of pedagogic resources among the Anglia Ruskin community, and beyond. The publications in this Directory focus on research into learning, teaching, and assessment in higher education at Anglia Ruskin University.

Anglia Learning & Teaching has built this online repository containing links to a large body of learning, teaching, assessment, and support resources.

The Directory is provided as a resource to support teaching, to capture ongoing work, for those interested in undertaking research, or wishing to use current research results for reference, or as a means to develop their own teaching.

 

Community

The Community section of the Directory provides details of our learning and teaching community, which includes University Teaching Fellows and Learning and Teaching Project award holders, and provides links to individuals' personal university profiles.

We are in the process of building a Pedagogic Research Community within our university, with monthly meetings and mentoring support for colleagues to develop research and publications in this area.

 

Directory Management Team

Anglia Learning & Teaching is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Directory and meeting its stated outcomes. The team comprises:

Click on the name of the team member for their contact details.

If you are interested in joining the community contact Simon Pratt-Adams. If you would like to be included in the Directory, or if you have any comments or queries, please contact Mark Warnes.

 

About Open Educational Resources

Open Educational Resources (OERs) are resources for learning and teaching that are made freely available to users. Although they are copyright material, they are licensed to the academic community for use under specified conditions. These may include restrictions on commercial use or the option to modify the resources. However, the resources are shared across the community, and can be used freely.

Open Educational Resources provide an effective way to disseminate and share materials. The Higher Education Academy lists nine key benefits of OERs to UK Higher Education institutions, staff and students. These include raising standards in learning materials; achieving greater value for money; allowing resources to be re-purposed, and raising institutional and individual profiles.

The Directory has been purpose-built to allow users to share open educational resources. By providing freely-licensed OERs, the Directory will:

  • Offer educators a valuable bank of pedagogic research resources to support their teaching and their students’ learning.
  • Provide teacher-educators and researchers with examples of best practice.
  • Stimulate new approaches to pedagogic research
  • Allow the re-use and re-purposing of resources, thereby extending their value outside their original context.