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Teaching innovation

Our innovative teaching is supported by on-site seminars and activities

Our innovative teaching is supported by a number of on-site seminars and activities in which lecturers can participate.

We offer a number of free on-line courses, MOOCs, which can be taken by our students or by external members of the public. Often these MOOCs are launched alongside important events or celebrations. The most recent of these is Beyond the Ballot: Women’s Rights and Suffrage from 1866 to Today, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the right to vote being granted to all men and some women.

Students play an important part in shaping our teaching and learning activities through bringing their views and ideas to a number of committees. This includes the staff/student committee in each department where students serve as academic representatives and our unique RH100, a focus group of 100 students.

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