Types of contributions
We welcome any resource that provides examples and reflections from practice and an exploration of contemporary approaches and issues in teaching and learning in Higher Education. We particularly seek contributions by staff and students at Goldsmith, University of London in the following areas:
- liberating the curriculum
- inclusive teaching
- assessment and feedback
- critical pedagogy
- digital/online pedagogy
- discipline specific pedagogies
- examples of creative approaches to pedagogy
- internationalising the curriculum
- philosophies of learning
- practice-based teaching
- research-led teaching
Submissions can include videos, presentations, lesson plans, reflective blog posts, links to personal websites, professional work, etc. Both student and teacher perspectives are welcome.
We encourage you to share your contribution with a Creative Commons license to ensure it reaches a wide audience with easy access and use. Creative Commons is a copyright licensing system that allows you to share your resources with the public on conditions of your choice.
In some cases, you may want to place copyright limitations on a resource – any limitation should be clearly stated in your work.
If you are in doubt please contact the Teaching and Learning Innovation Centre (TALIC) at talic(at)gold.ac.uk
Simply email your resource or even your ideas to talic(at)gold.ac.uk
The following templates are also available for submitting reflections on inclusive teaching, liberating the curriculum and practice-based teaching:
- Goldsmiths Teaching: Template for reflections on Inclusive Teaching and Liberating the Curriculum
- Goldsmiths Teaching: Template for reflections on Practice-Based Teaching
Depending on the content and type of submission, your work might go through an editing process. This is to ensure that the materials on the site have consistency and are easily searchable. For example, we might add categories and tags to a post, edit its title or add images to be featured on the page. We will always work with you during this process and seek permission before sharing the final resource on the site.