Podcast Season Five

Season five podcasts of the Academy Developing Practice series are available on this page.

Paul Redmond-Gita Sedghi-Rachael Collins-Kate Murray-Joel Stanley

Peer assisted learning pilot

Find out about the University wide implementation of Peer Assisted Learning and what this will look like in the next academic year.

James Coe and Eli Saetnan

Embedding the Student Success Framework

A discussion about the development of the Student Success Framework and how it is being embedded at the University.

Christian Owens

Transgender Awareness and Inclusion

Christian Owens, Founder of GenderSpace, shares his experiences as a trans man to help promote a greater understanding of the journey of transition.

Irene Afful

Meeting Equality and Diversity Objectives

Irene Afful, Founder and Director of Ametrine Coaching & Consultancy, talks about how organisations can set, design and deliver their equality objectives.

Driving Forward the Practice of Museology Richard Benjamin

Driving Forward the Practice of Museology

A chat with Richard Benjamin, Head of the International Slavery Museum and Visiting Professor with the UoL School of History, Languages and Cultures.

Digital Skills Development to Enhance the Student Experience Jan Jobling

Digital Skills Development to Enhance the Student Experience

Jan Jobling discusses her successful Sir Alistair Pilkington Award for her Digital Inquiry Project.

Stop being crazy busy and start adding value Zena Everett

Stop being crazy busy and start adding value

Zena Everett, Coach and Author of The Crazy Busy Cure, shares how leaders need to manage time, focus and attention – their own and their teams.

Integrating employability and sustainable development into the curriculum Dom Mansley and Charlotte Ford

Integrating employability and sustainable development into the curriculum

Dom Mansley and Charlotte Ford chat about working with academics to integrate employability and sustainable development into the curriculum.

AnatoMe and You Craig Humpreys

AnatoMe and You

Craig Humphreys, lecturer in anatomy based in the UoL Human Anatomy Resource Centre (HARC), discusses the importance of increasing inclusivity in anatomical education.

The legacy of lockdown Ellie Dommett

The legacy of lockdown

Ellie Dommett, Reader in Neuroscience at King’s College London, talks about the lasting impact of the shift to online teaching.