This page provides you with a summary of the teaching and learning resources available to you including links to guides, templates and useful information.
LCC Staff Guide to: Unit Assignments and Project Briefs
The Staff Guide to: Unit Assignments and Project Briefs is a step by step guide to writing your Unit Assignments and Projects Briefs.
If you require any advice or help with your Unit Guides please contact Adrienne Tulley
LCC Staff Guide to: Unit Guides
This staff guide provides you with step by step instructions on how to produce your Unit Guides and includes helpful tips and advice
The Unit Guide has been designed in conjunction with the Digital Learning Team and aims to complement the requirements of Course Moodle sites.
If you require any support producing your Unit Guides please contact Adrienne Tulley
Tutor Handbook 22/23
In this publication, we have collated key information in relation to your role supporting student learning & attainment (Teaching & Learning; Digital Learning; Student Support; Placements, Careers, Employability and Enterprise, the Place) and also your own continual professional development (Staff Development and Support).
Many of the pages contain hyper-links to Canvas, UAL’s staff digital workspace, where further detailed information is held on key departments, policies and procedures. There are also links to LCC’s Teaching & Learning policies and procedures. There are also links to LCC’s Teaching & Learning Hub, a dedicated space for news, resources and upcoming Teaching & Learning events. Additionally, there are links to view LCC’s Staff Development Workshops.
LCC Tutor Handbook – this is currently being updated
Student Guide to Assessment 22/23
The Student Guide to Assessment provides UG and PG students with a step by step guide to the assessment process, from receiving the Unit Assignment to EC’s and ISA’s. The guide also provides students with useful advice and links to additional information. Course teams are encouraged to disseminate this to your students , but we also hope that you will find it a useful resource, especially those of you new to UAL.
Please upload it to your Moodle Unit site so students have easy access to it.