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    LSE GROUPS at the British Conference of Undergraduate Research

LSE GROUPS at the British Conference of Undergraduate Research

As recruitment for the next LSE GROUPS session opens, the Teaching and Learning Centre’s Dr Ellis Saxey shares insights into the experiences of two LSE GROUPS participants who had the chance to present their research at the British Conference of Undergraduate Research earlier this year.

The British Conference of Undergraduate Research (BCUR) is a unique occasion: a showcase for the […]

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    Lent term Teaching Cafe- three examples of modules that facilitate original student research at LSE

Lent term Teaching Cafe- three examples of modules that facilitate original student research at LSE

On Thursday, 2nd February, the Teaching and Learning Centre and Educational Strategy Unit’s Lent Term Teaching Café explored the connection between research and education, focusing on three examples of modules where students are supported to produce their own original research.

Colleagues from across the School heard from Dr Suzi Hall, Dr Wicher Bergsma and Dr Thomas Leeper, who outlined three […]

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LSE GROUPS/Imperial Horizons 2017 has begun!

On Tuesday 17 January, the staff of LSE Teaching and Learning Centre and ICL Imperial Horizons welcomed undergraduate students from LSE and Imperial College London to the LSE LIFE space. With over 70 students gathered together, Dr Ellis Saxey of the TLC and Dr Mark Pope of ICL gave them their assignment – to produce original research around the […]

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Resource of the week: the relationship between research and education

As 70 lucky LSE undergraduates begin their LSE GROUPS research projects, we’re sharing a recent literature review on the links between research and education. The relationship between research and education: typologies and indicators (PDF) by Mari Elken and Sabine Wollscheid (NIFU, 2016) presents some of the key arguments in existing studies on a subject that has been keenly debated in higher […]

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Resource of the week: undergraduate research

The change to LSE’s academic year structure from 2015/16 is intended to offer departments flexibility in planning how students will study and learn on their degree programmes. Interesting opportunities, several of which will be featured in Thursday’s post, will be opened up to departments by the availability of extra term-time weeks, and today’s resource focuses on one such – the […]

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