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What is the LTEA

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The Learning Through Enquiry Alliance (LTEA) is a partnership of Centres for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETLs) with interests in inquiry-based learning and undergraduate research.


Go to the LTEA website at http://www.ltea.ac.uk/ for full information.


The members are:

  • Centre for Active Learning (CeAL), University of Gloucestershire
  • Centre for Excellence in Enquiry-Based Learning (CEEBL), The University of Manchester
  • Centre for Excellence in Applied Undergraduate Research Skills, University of Reading
  • Centre for Inquiry-based Learning in the Arts and Social Sciences (CILASS), The University of Sheffield
  • Centre for Promoting Learner Autonomy (CPLA), Sheffield Hallam University
  • Centre for Excellence in Professional Training and Education (SCEPTrE), University of Surrey
  • The Reinvention Centre for Undergraduate Research, The University of Warwick & Oxford Brookes University



About the Learning through Enquiry Alliance

The LTEA is committed to:

  • Supporting the development of students as competent, critical and creative enquirers.
  • Cooperating to achieve greater benefits for our institutions and the sector as a whole.
  • A research-informed approach to pedagogic development.
  • Making a positive difference to students’ lives.
  • Acting as a collective voice in teaching and learning policy debates.
  • Pooling and co-developing knowledge about how to accomplish large scale strategic change – so as to become better catalysts, brokers and agents for change.
  • Acquiring the technology so that our dedicated spaces to support students’ learning can be connected to optimise the opportunities for staff and students to interact and create new communities of enquiry.

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