What is Goldsmiths Teaching & Learning?
Welcome! You have arrived at an exciting time. Goldsmiths Teaching & Learning is an open repository of teaching resources and is in its early stages of development. It is intended to be created by and for members of Goldsmiths, University of London; but of course, all visitors are welcome to look around.
This website is the brainchild of staff from the Teaching and Learning Innovation Centre (TaLIC) and the Department of Educational Studies. The idea is to build it in a bottom-up organic manner, depending on submissions received. We call upon Goldsmiths staff and students to make contributions and we will keep adding to and reorganising the content accordingly.
If you can’t find what you are looking for please leave a comment at the bottom of this page or email us at email@example.com. We would love to hear from you!
Who can contribute?
All Goldsmiths staff members and students are able to contribute to the repository. Please visit the page How-to Contribute for more information.
Goldsmiths Teaching & Learning is designed on the principle that the knowledge Higher Education institutions produce is, and ought to be, public good.
Our goal is to contribute to open access to knowledge in Higher Education and encourage a culture of openness and constructive debate on pedagogical theory and practice. We support “free, unrestricted access to knowledge and information, as well as collaborative or cooperative management and decision-making rather than a central authority.”
Copyright, permissions and conditions of use
All original creative works (including artworks and photographs) reproduced on this site remain the property of the makers and permission for reuse must be sought directly from them.
Most content on the site is released under a Creative Commons license. The Creative Commons licence on each resource page will help you better understand the copyright permissions for that resource.
The authors named within each post must be credited when citing specific case studies/reflections.
2018. Created by the Teaching and Learning Innovation Centre and the Department of Educational Studies at Goldsmiths College, University of London. With special thanks to Dr Anna Carlile, Dr Debbie Custance, Dr Suzan Koseoglu, and Dr Will Goodin.