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  1. Pro-bono legal project develops students’ skills through working on…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/teaching-learning/case-studies/2019/jan/pro-bono-legal-project-develops-students-skills-through-working-real-world

    22 Jan 2019: UCL Laws project with unique educational focus brings together Masters students, PhDs and Faculty, using a multi-layered feedback process to deliver cutting edge research.

    UCL Laws project with unique educational focus brings together Masters students, PhDs and Faculty, using a multi-layered feedback process to deliver cutting edge research.

  2. Opening up the UCL Medical School through teaching and public…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/teaching-learning/case-studies/2016/jun/opening-ucl-medical-school-through-teaching-and-public-engagement

    15 Jun 2016: Dr Anita Berlin (Senior Lecturer, UCL Medical School) shares how the academic department has encouraged collaboration between groups through teaching methods and public engagement.

    Dr Anita Berlin (Senior Lecturer, UCL Medical School) shares how the academic department has encouraged collaboration between groups through teaching methods and public engagement.

  3. Working with teaching collections: Students as assistant curators |…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/teaching-learning/case-studies/2016/may/working-teaching-collections-students-assistant-curators

    9 May 2016: Dr Haidy Geismar explains how students in the Anthropology department have access to a unique ethnographic collection and are gaining professional museum experience as part-time curators.

    Dr Haidy Geismar explains how students in the Anthropology department have access to a unique ethnographic collection and are gaining professional museum experience as part-time curators.

  4. Second-year UCL students tutor sixth formers in maths | Teaching…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/teaching-learning/case-studies/2016/apr/second-year-ucl-students-tutor-sixth-formers-maths

    27 Apr 2016: UCL has built on its partnership with Newham Collegiate Sixth Form Centre (NCS) through the development of a tutorial scheme with the mathematics department.

    UCL has built on its partnership with Newham Collegiate Sixth Form Centre (NCS) through the development of a tutorial scheme with the mathematics department.

  5. Students tackle real-world problems set by external partners in 'How…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/teaching-learning/case-studies/2016/jan/students-tackle-real-world-problems-set-external-partners-how-change-world

    6 Jan 2016: Dr Kate Roach explains how 'How to Change the World' is an immersive two-week design and problem solving-activity which allows engineering students to see their expertise in a social context.

    Dr Kate Roach explains how 'How to Change the World' is an immersive two-week design and problem solving-activity which allows engineering students to see their expertise in a social context.

  6. How are students contributing to the UCL Centre for Access to…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/teaching-learning/case-studies/2015/may/how-are-students-contributing-ucl-centre-access-justice

    18 May 2015: UCL Laws offers a practical community engagement course to final year undergraduates, providing them with a hands-on experience of legal education in a Connected Curriculum framework.

    UCL Laws offers a practical community engagement course to final year undergraduates, providing them with a hands-on experience of legal education in a Connected Curriculum framework.

  7. Collaborating with health centres in Tanzania and Jamaica | Teaching…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/teaching-learning/case-studies/2013/aug/collaborating-health-centres-tanzania-and-jamaica

    20 Aug 2013: Professor Tim McHugh, Director of the UCL Centre for Clinical Microbiology, explains why working with and in resource-poor countries is so important, both for research and teaching.

    Professor Tim McHugh, Director of the UCL Centre for Clinical Microbiology, explains why working with and in resource-poor countries is so important, both for research and teaching.

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