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Teaching and Scholarship Podcast 4

Published: 10 June 2019

The fourth episode of our ‘Teaching and Scholarship Podcast’ series, put together by Dr Scott Border, Principal Teaching Fellow in Anatomy (Medicine) is now available. This podcast is aimed at everyone in the University with a keen interest in innovative teaching practice and educational research. It is intended to cultivate our growing teaching community and provide advice on advancing careers.

In the first series we will be speaking to our leading educational figures with a track record of delivering excellence and innovation. We will be talking to them about defining teaching excellence and innovation in education as well as discussing wider issues such as TEF and the challenges faced in improving NSS ratings.

In this episode, we talk to Jude Holloway, who is an Associate Professor within the faculty of Medicine at the University of Southampton. Jude's MSc Allergy course is recognised at national, European and worldwide levels. Her innovative techniques and practices led to a National Teaching Fellowship in 2017. We chat about Jude's passion for teaching and her insights into teaching excellence, the role of technology in education and her innovative approaches towards taught postgraduate education.

Podcast homepage: http://meinpodcast.libsyn.com/

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