Education Centres of Excellence in Teaching and Learning: What can CETLs offer me?

Author/Producer ESCalate
Contributors
  • Richard Arnold (Preparing for Academic Practice - University of Oxford)
  • Jo Beard (PILS - Open University)
  • Tony Brown (ESCalate - University of Bristol)
  • Adam Cartwright (Reinvention Centre - University of Warwick)
  • John Cook (RLO - London Metropolitan University)
  • Fergal Corscadden (CEPD - Stranmillis University College)
  • Amanda Coult (SOLSTICE - Edge Hill University)
  • Carla Cretan (WLE - Institute of Education, University of London)
  • Kathryn Dalby (IDEA - University of Leeds)
  • Sharon Dunwoody (CEIPE (NI) - Queen's Univeristy, Belfast)
  • Flavia Gapper (Crucible - Roehampton University)
  • Lottie Hann (AfL - Northumbria University)
  • Julia Horn (CCMS - University of Reading)
  • Diane Johnson (Foundation Direct - University of Portsmouth)
  • Arti Kumar (Bridges - University of Bedfordshire)
  • Sue Martin (PBPL - Open University)
  • Liz Mellor (Blended Learning - University of Hertfordshire)
  • Anthony Rosie (CPLA - Sheffield Hallam University)
  • Christine Smart (HELP - Univeresity of Plymouth)
  • Dee Tickner (Interprofessional Learning - University of Southampton)
  • Jane Tuffill (ESCalate - University of Bristol)
  • Michelle Verity (LearnHigher - Liverpool Hope University)
  • Rolf Wiesemes (University of Nottingham)
  • Catherine Woodburn (ESD - University of Plymouth)
  • Barbara Workman (CEWBL - Middlesex University)
Date Published Spring 2007
Pages 36
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Summary

Reference guide of Education related CETLs

Description

Centres for Excellence are making a significant contribution to higher education in the areas of learning, teaching, research and curriculum development.

ESCalate has brought together the most up-to-date details of Centres that are making significant contributions in the areas of Education, in the hope that all those interested in learning and teaching will use Centres for Excellence (CETL) as points of reference.

Any grouping is likely to be idiosyncratic; groupings here have been done using key words.

We invited Centres to contribute their most recent publicity. We welcome feedback on he usefulness of this publication both from those working in the Centres and from
colleagues in the Education Community.