“Not business as usual” – a Scottish perspective on student learning and wellbeing in 2020
A recording of the symposium is available here. (Please note, the recording starts a few minutes into the presentation.) The slides are also available for download: PDF and PPTX.
ScotHELD invites to a symposium reflecting on student learning development throughout the Covid pandemic. The presentation will discuss the benefits and challenges the enforced move to online and hybrid teaching models brought to learning development in Scotland and present findings from the recent ScotHELD conference on how the profession sought to enhance student learning and wellbeing during these troubled times.
Julia Bohlmann (University of Glasgow)
Julia is a Learning Adviser at the University of Glasgow where she is part of the Learning Enhancement and Academic Development team. She teaches and advises international students on academic writing.
Lesley Kelly (University of Edinburgh)
Lesley is an Academic Developer in the Taught Student Development Team, within the University of Edinburgh’s Institute for Academic Development. She contributes to the team’s core programme of support for students, and also works with academic staff in Schools to promote and support the embedding of skills development in the curriculum.