New look for relaunched Student Education Bulletin
A revamped and more sustainable Student Education Bulletin (SEB) has been launched by the Leeds Institute for Teaching Excellence (LITE).
The front cover of the revamped Student Education Bulletin
The SEB, which started off life as the Learning and Teaching Bulletin in 2002, covers news, features and comment in Student Education from across the University.
The publication, which has for the first time gone completely online, has been edited into a more journalistic style, with a picture-led content format that will be published three times a year.
The spring edition features an exclusive on the redesigned LITE Fellowship, comment pieces from Professor Tom Ward, Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Student Education, and new LITE Director, Professor Tina Overton, who gives a glimpse of her vision for the Institute.
Professor Overton said: This is an exciting time for Student Education at Leeds and we want the new redesigned and sustainable bulletin to represent and promote the best of it here at the University and beyond.
The SEB will be sent out to a mailing list but can be subscribed to both internally and externally via the LITE website.
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