White Paper: University College London
The ‘I talk, you listen’ style of teaching is not what students today want from their university and it’s an image that many institutions are keen to dispel too.
With the vast educational resource of the internet now in most students’ pockets, universities today have an important role to play that reaches far beyond the traditional transfer of knowledge from lecturer to student.
So, are the days of the live university lecture numbered? Or has the time come for lecturers to take a fresh approach and create a much more collaborative and engaging learning experience for their students?
We asked academics from University College London for their views on the future of the university lecture. Here we outline their thoughts and share some great examples of the changes academics are making to engage and excite students and raise achievement.