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Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning

 

CCTL has developed a portfolio of projects that investigate educational practices across the collegiate University. We also support the further development of pedagogic research that will encourage innovation, provide an evidence-base for further teaching and learning enhancement, and contribute to the recognition of Cambridge's educational excellence.

To that end, CCTL engages with networks of teaching and professional staff across the University who are particularly interested in higher education research and the scholarship of teaching and learning. With these networks, we develop projects and collaboratively investigate institutional priorities.

We have established the Cambridge Higher Education Studies Ethics Review Committee (CHESREC) in order to provide a central point to encourage and support robust, ethical and inclusive practices for researching with and about university students and staff.

Latest news

New resources on 'teaching remotely' released

2 April 2020

CCTL have created a new section on our website: ' Teaching Remotely '. Our first new guide found there is ‘ Moving Supervisions Online ’. This introductory guide addresses planning for and conducting online supervisions, including practical considerations about devices, platforms and tools, as well as structuring online...

Teaching Forum 2020: Withdrawn

25 March 2020

It is with regret that the Teaching Forum planned for 14 April has been withdrawn. We very much hope that colleagues who had registered (and others) will be able to join us at the Teaching Forum in 2021. In the meantime, CCTL are working with colleagues across the collegiate University to support staff in moving to online...