LSE offers teachers at the School a range of development opportunities, resources and advice.
Learning Technology and Innovation: supports the integration and use of technology in teaching and learning at LSE.
Library teaching support services: course packs and how to use them, reading lists, examination papers and more.
LSE Teaching Symposium: an annual event with a breakfast café, panel discussions and opportunities for discussing strategy, ideas and practice. For previous years' events, see LSE Teaching Day and Teaching Symposia.
Teacher documentation on Moodle: reference and guidance, including a 'Getting started for teachers' page.
Teaching and Learning Centre: offers training and guidance in all aspects of teaching, funding for teaching and learning projects, resources, and year-round development events; also runs the LSE teaching blog and annual Teaching Symposium, as well as learning development for taught students, and academic and professional development programmes for PhD students and academic staff.
Teaching Task Force: sets out teaching and learning policy and recommendations within the wider context of the School's strategic priorities.
Timetables: timetabling arrangements, room allocations for all taught courses, and information about teaching rooms.