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Institute for Advanced Teaching and Learning (IATL)


For staff

To enable innovative teaching and learning projects such as:
  • large-scale initiatives supporting the University's Strategy;
  • establishing or redesigning a module;
  • hosting special workshops, lectures, etc.

Apply by: 16/10/2015, 6/5/2016

For students

To enable extra-curricular student projects such as:
  • collaborative projects between you and other students, staff members or people external to the university;
  • performance projects;
  • research projects of your own devising.

Apply by: 9/12/2015, 16/3/2016, 29/6/2016 (depending on funding stream)


Student opportunities

Find out what we offer you

Interdisciplinary modules

Undergraduate and postgraduate modules hosted by IATL for students from all faculties

IATL's practice and research

Our work on sustainability, enterprise, digital humanities and other areas


Forthcoming and past events, with extensive video material

Reinvention journal and ICUR

The international journal of undergraduate research and the International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR)

Student Ensemble

A performance group that creates participatory events


Knowledge and practice

IATL's outputs

Videos, reports and more from our own practice and research

Funded projects

Details of all projects funded by IATL, including videos and reports

Spaces and equipment

Teaching and learning spaces

Five spaces, bookable online


Video cameras, etc. available for loan to those working on IATL-funded projects or involved in teaching IATL modules

Adventures in teaching and learning

The IATL blog, which will feature posts from IATL team members, IATL funding recipients, IATL module convenors, Reinvention journal team members and others. The first post, from IATL's Director Nicholas Monk, was published 7 October 2015.

Feature box 1 - IATL blog

Featured content

Watch a video about IATL's 'The Dark Would'

Featured - Dark Would