Learning spaces

Links to Principal's Teaching Award Scheme project abstracts and reports on the theme of learning spaces.


Introducing psychology via public engagement

German in the workplace: boosting employability and language skills

Lecturer in your lounge: providing digital feedback to distance education students using screencasting

Websites and the creation of community: flexible learning for second year English Literature students

Discovering development: Psychology research with children and young people

Guiding, monitoring and enhancing autonomous postgraduate learning abroad with virtual learning environments

An open-source early warning system and workshop for students at risk of failing

A curly arrows app for Chemistry?

"A live pulse": Yik Yak for understanding teaching, learning and assessment at Edinburgh

The Law School history wall project

Theory on stage

Making students curious: using an app-based walking tour as a pedagogical tool

Lecture Recording for Inclusive Education

Developing a framework for research-led virtual field trips: Physical and social issues of the natural hazards of Ecuador

Teach learn replay

Writing Centre 2-year pilot in the School of History, Classics, and Archaeology

Enhancing student learning, overall experience, and the societal impact of student community projects by refining engagement and feedback tools for students

EdAR – Educational Apps in Augmented and Mixed Reality

Creation and evaluation of immersive simulation digital media.

Keeping the Door Open: Curating, developing and evolving Edinburgh University teaching in spaces and places within the city and beyond.

Exploring and engaging with student perceptions of digital citizenship

The creation and use of low-fidelity models in the development of key surgical skill competence and confidence in final year veterinary students

Our sustainable campus: developing a technology-assisted interactive self-guided learning tour of University of Edinburgh’s sustainable buildings

Paws on Campus: A Feasibility and Acceptability Study of a Canine-assisted Intervention for Student Wellbeing