The overall driver for all projects is about quality improvement for both staff and student learning and teaching We embrace aspects of innovation, as well as the learning experience for students.
The Historians Reflect toolkit contains resources on history work placement reflection and reflective writing.
The In-STEP project is funded by JISC as part of its Transformations Programme. The project aims to address the transition and orientation of international students into a blended learning environment, through the development of their digital literacies.
The Wi4BCE project is funded by JISC as part of its Transformations Programme. The project aims to improve the universities ability to provide a wider, flexible and responsive range of workforce development opportunities.
The ESRC seminar series is led by the University of Wolverhampton with partners from: The Institute of Education, London University, University of the Arts, University College London and Thames Valley University.
HE5P Project - Higher Education, Employer and Employee Engagement through E-portfolios
The HE5P project focused on work between the University and a number of employer partners contributing to current work practices and understanding of the use and implementation of e-portfolios for staff development and workplace learning. The final HE5P project report is now available to view.
Critical Interventions for Enhanced Learning (CIEL)is a Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) and is the largest learning and teaching initiative ever undertaken at the university, with a total of £4.5m in HEFCE funding. The initiative has now come to an end and will be replaced by a virtual policy centre.
The Learning and Teaching projects were one year projects undertaken by individuals or small teams of staff, with the aim of developing a new approach to student learning within a module, a programme of study or perhaps even across a whole School.
The Equitable Assessment for a Diverse Student Population ‘pilot study’ explored the ways in which first-year students from diverse backgrounds within two subjects (Education and Social Science) experienced assessment.
The Learning and Teaching for Social Diversity project explores ways of enhancing the learning and teaching environment to improve the academic engagement and participation of a diverse range of students, particularly in relation to differences in class and academic background, age, gender and ethnicity.
The Pathfinder project was funded by the Higher Education Academy and built upon work at the University in embedding the use of electronic personal development planning (ePDP) with our learners. The aim of the Pathfinder project was extend the use of ePDP across all of our ten Schools.
Mobiles Enhancing Learning and Support (MELaS) was a JISC funded project focused on the usage of SMS within education. The University was one of the first HEIs to experiment with SMS and other forms of mobile learning and a programme of pilot modules, student surveys, technical trials and staff development has been underway to prepare for large-scale sustained deployment of SMS across the institution.
The University of Wolverhampton was the first in the UK to make an ePortfolio available to all staff and students. ePortfolios have become a hot topic during the last 18 months and Wolverhampton has led the way in developing and implementing ePortfolio technologies.
WOLF has been the VLE used at the University for a number of years now. The VLE for the Future project is looking forward to enhancing WOLF to create a more flexible online learning environment that will continue to support our students' learning needs.