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The Teaching and Scholarship Podcast

The Teaching and Scholarship Podcast is formerly a collaboration between The University of Southampton's Centre for Higher Education Practice (CHEP) and The Faculty of Medicine). Its future is associated with The University of Glasgow and will continue its good work north of the border. It is intended to be of interest to all teaching focused academics in higher education who strive towards teaching excellence and wish to innovate their practice. The podcast aims to promote and raise the profile of teaching excellence within university education.

Sep 1, 2022

In episode 45 we chat with Deputy Director of Education and Senior Lecturer in Psychology (at The University of Glasgow), Emily Nordmann. We have an all round fun catch with Emily about her research into the relationship between technology and learning, especially related to the application of lecture capture and how it...


Aug 1, 2022

In episode 44 we have a chat to JP Leach who is a Professor of Clinical Neurology and Honorary Professor within The School of Medicine Dentistry and Nursing at The University of Glasgow. JP is the head of undergraduate medical programmes at The University, so naturally we get stuck into conversations about about...


Jul 1, 2022

In episode 43 I have a great discussion with Mia Clarke who has been occupying the role of VP Education at The University of Glasgow for the last year. She has been at the heart of policy making -  respresenting the student learning experience and all academic issues on the Student's Representative Council. Here we have...


Jun 1, 2022

In Episode 42 we talk to Dr Nathalie Tasler, who is a Lectuer in Academic and Digital Development at The University of Glasgow. We chat to her about creative learning, The Scholarship of Learning and Teaching Network... where she even has her own (excellent) podcast with a similar name to this one (ouch!). Nathalie is...


May 4, 2022

Episode 41 continues the conversation with Dr Jason Organ from Indiana University, USA. Jason is an Associate Professor in anatomy, cell biology and physiology (as you know already!) contributing to much teaching, but also with a passion for scientific communication. We pick up the chat here with Jason explaining how...