Over the previous few academic years Schools have been involved in a project to examine the impact of their School’s research on its teaching. Each School has endeavoured to produce a short book of case studies which demonstrate the dynamic relationship between research and teaching at UCLan. Each book also articulates a vision of research-informed teaching which is unique to each participating School.
The next stage in this project is to create a website which will continue to be updated with research-informed teaching material and case studies from many different disciplines within the University.
There is also an additional multidisciplinary Impact on Pedagogic Research, where staff from different schools, detail how they have explored, applied and benefited from research into learning and teaching.Project lead: Professor Stuart Hampton-Reeves
The following Schools were involved in the production of the IMPACT guides. Each School had it’s own editorial team.
2009 – 2012 Production of IMPACT guides
2013 – IMPACT Phase 2
Each book in the series articulates the unique, dynamic relationship between teaching and research in all our disciplines. This is of interest to colleagues, potential students, current students and employers.
To find out more information about the IMPACT project, please contact Professor Stuart Hampton-Reeves at SHamptonemail@example.com