Some of the best teachers in higher education have gathered to share their skills and experience.
The annual meeting for National Teaching Fellows is a two-day symposium run by the Higher Education Academy, aimed at promoting teaching excellence and rewarding the best in the business.
The event, hosted by LSE on May 6 and 7, ranges from a discussion of the educational possibilities in the online world of Second Life to a session in which fellows can submit their ideas for future teaching projects to peer review.
The National Teaching Fellowship Scheme has been running since 2000. LSE has two members - Nick Byrne (Director of the Language Centre) and Dr Clare Hemmings (Gender Institute).
For more details of the scheme and the Higher Education Academy visit http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/ourwork/professional/ntfs/individual
6 May 2008