Award: CeLP Date awarded: 2019
Subjects of expertiseAcademic Literacy (Reading and Writing), CeLP, Induction and Transition, Learning Spaces & Learning Communities, Technology Enhanced Learning
I am a teaching fellow and learning developer delivering teaching across undergraduate and postgraduate programmes at Keele University, offering curriculum design consultancy across Keele’s Faculty of Medicine and Health Science, while lecturing across Keele’s Masters in Higher Education Practice. I also created and project lead Keele’s annual JADE Student Learning Undergraduate Conference. In addition to CeLP, I hold SFHEA and CMALT status, whilst also standing as a member of the LearnHigher working group. You can view Chris’s full university webpage at: https://www.keele.ac.uk/studentlearning/aboutus/chrislittle/ Alternatively, catch me on Twitter via @drlittle26
How can I help Learning Developers?
I have quite a broad range of practice and research interests and would happily collaborate/support fellow LD practitioners across the sector. I have a real passion for, and interest in, undergraduate research and have also conducted funded research into inclusive and universal design, international student transitions and academic writing and reading retreats alongside colleagues at Keele University. I currently work as reviewer and mentor for Keele’s HEA accreditation scheme and the CMALT process so would be more than happy to assist colleagues looking towards these schemes too.