The Business School’s Innovative Learning and Teaching unit, known as the ILT, promotes and advances the endeavour of learning and teaching within the Faculty.
We provide a wide range of support:
- Curriculum development support for Business School staff: The ILT supports initiatives such as the Graduate Profile Project, the Assessment policy (2020), Digital Course Outlines, and Remote/blended learning.
- Professional development support for Business School staff: The ILT offers seminars and events in relation to teaching and learning, oversees peer review of teaching processes, provides Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) training, and more.
- Support for Business School students: The Academic Skills Team develops resources to ensure students acquire threshold concepts, academic skills and capabilities.
Prior to 2020, the ILT previously also provided learning design support for its staff. With the establishment of the University’s new centralised Learning Design Service (LDS), however, such support for learning design in the future will now be delivered through a close partnership between the ILT and the LDS. This collaborative approach will see the ILT monitoring and determining the learning design needs of the faculty and then working closely with the central LDS team members to ensure that appropriate plans are developed and resourced to meet those needs.
Note that Business School staff can find detailed information on the ILT’s staff facing services on the Faculty’s intranet at LINK