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Learning, Teaching and Assessment Best Practice Awards

 

To celebrate good practice in the University, Edinburgh Napier Learning, Teaching and Assessment (LTA) Best Practice Awards are presented annually. To encourage and enable the sharing of practice, the awards are for practice entered in the LTA Resource Bank and nominated because of their impact within the University. The awards are judged on the basis of this impact as described by nominators and are selected by a panel of judges representing each Faculty and the Professional Services, with the final decision made by the Vice Principal (Academic).

 

List of Award winners

 

Presented at the June 2012 staff conference Enhancing, extending and empowering student learning within online environments (full details on each winning entry are provided in the conference website):

  • Karen Strickland: Best practice in enhancing learning, teaching or assessment through technology
  • Iain Macdonald and Richard: Best practice in extending learning, teaching or assessment through technology
  • Janis Deane: Best practice in empowering learning, teaching or assessment through technology

 

Presented at the June 2011 staff conference Enhancing student achievement through effective feedback (full details on each winning entry are provided in the conference website):

 

  • Hazel Hall: Best Feedback for Learning
  • Elaine Mowat: Best Feedback for Learning
  • Mary-Ann Kennedy: Best Feedback for Learning
  • Katharine Russell: Best Poster

 

Presented at the January 2011 staff conference Learning, teaching and assessment at Edinburgh Napier: celebrating our practice (full details on each winning entry are provided in the conference website):

  • Mark Huxham: Best Classroom Experience 
  • Christine Penman: Best use of Technology 
  • Barbara Neades and Mike Parkinson: Best Workplace Learning Provision
  • Frank Greig: Most Innovative Practice