The EUA Learning & Teaching Thematic Peer Groups gather a selected group of EUA member universities each year to discuss and explore practices and lessons learnt in organising and implementing learning and teaching at the institutional level. They also identify good practices on the given theme. The groups are designed to strengthen a bottom-up approach in engaging European universities, to foster community building, and to complement the European Learning & Teaching Forum.
The groups’ work feeds into EUA’s ongoing policy work and debates on learning and teaching by providing direct feedback from an institutional perspective on the key challenges in the area, as well as recommendations. Based on the work of these groups, EUA issued a position paper that underlines the importance of learning and teaching as a core mission and responsibility of universities.
Based on the work of the EUA Learning & Teaching Initiative and the outcomes of the 1st European...Read more
Towards the end of 2017 the Centre for Educational Development (CED) at Queen’s University in Belfast received funding from the university to support an assessment through a partnership project....Read more
This fourth interview on learning and teaching practice is with Grace Neville, who will chair the closing plenary session capturing the outcomes and next steps after the European University Associatio...Read more