This is an internal publication that aims to raise the profile of teaching and learning across UEA. It publishes articles on a wide range of subjects relating to learning and teaching at UEA, for example teaching practices, evaluating different teaching methods, articles from students on their experiences, funding, the Higher Education Academy, new modules, courses and degree programs, teaching excellence awards, events, new initiatives, innovation, recent publications relating to education and more.
Learning Highlights Spring 2017
Learning Highlights Autumn 2016
Learning Highlights Summer 2016
Learning Highlights Spring 2016
Learning Highlights Autumn 2015
Learning Highlights Summer 2015
Learning Highlights Spring 2015
Learning Highlights Winter 2014
Learning Highlights Summer 2014
Learning Highlights Spring 2014
Learning Highlights Winter 2013
Learning Highlights Summer 2013
Learning Highlights Spring 2013
Learning Highlights Autumn 2012
Learning Highlights Summer 2012
Learning Highlights Spring 2012
Learning Highlights Autumn 2011
These bulletins summarise changes to Codes of Practices, policies, regulations etc, each academic year.
L&T Bulletin - September 2016
L&T Bulletin - July 2015
L&T Bulletin - July 2014
L&T Bulletin - July 2013
L&T Bulletin - July 2012
LTC Bulletin - July 2011
LTC Bulletin - August 2010
LTC Bulletin - September 2009
Learning Highlights welcomes articles of between 200 and 800 words, written in an engaging and informal style, on teaching and learning practices at UEA.
Formatting your article
The publication uses a three-column layout which means it is important to keep your article’s formatting simple and consistent. You can download an article template here [LINK].
- Use Arial font, 11 point, 1.5 spacing
- Left justify your text
- Include a picture of yourself, and any other illustrations you wish
- Use a personal tone of voice: ‘I’ or ‘we’ is much better than passive voice
- Use sub headings, bullet points or any other indented text.
- Use figure legends – put the information in the text and just refer to the figure.
- Reference – just include any relevant information in the text.
- Use any formatting like bold and italics, they will not emerge in the published text.
- Write in an academic style – go for a more chatty piece of writing.
Where necessary we will edit articles for length, clarity and ease of reading. We may also move or add illustrations. We reserve the right to hold over articles from one edition to the next where appropriate.