The Learning and Teaching Innovation Centre (LTIC) drives the strategic development, implementation and enhancement of educational practice across the University. It brings together a wealth of online and campus based expertise in learning, teaching and assessment from across the university.
Our mission is to "Inspire innovation; learn and share what is possible and support the development of excellent educational experiences for our students".
The LTIC provides the focus for developing and inspiring individual teachers, programmes and courses as well as helping to shape the online environment to support the learning and teaching agenda of the University across current and new modes of delivery.
We are responsible for the provision of the Continuing Professional Academic Development programme (CPAD), the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Framework and Higher Education Academy (HEA) accreditation support across the University, along with the administration and development of the University's Online Distance Learning portfolio.
The LTIC works closely in partnership with Schools to help develop their portfolio of programmes and courses, embedding technology and supporting new forms of learning where appropriate and act as a hub to promote networking and sharing of expertise across Schools to support specific initiatives and projects to enhance the student experience in ways that are meaningful and effective at School level and can demonstrate wider impact across the University.
The LTIC brings together the resources of UH Online and the expertise and experience of the University's Learning and Teaching Institute which also includes elements of the university's nationally renowned former Blended Learning Unit.