FORUM Magazine

Forum is the University of York’s in-house learning and teaching magazine, published termly by the Learning and Teaching Forum to disseminate good practice and discuss issues relating to learning and teaching.

Editorial team

The current magazine editorial team includes, Editor: Ruth Penfold-Mounce (Sociology), Sub-editor: Phil Robinson-Self (Academic Support Office) with support from Glenn Hurst (Chemistry), Carmen Álvarez-Mayo (Language and Linguistic Science) and Ben Poore (Theatre, Film and Television).

We welcome articles on areas of interest or controversy, ‘Letters to the Editor’ relating to past articles or current hot topics, and news items. Please contact the Editor, Ruth Penfold-Mounce, or the Sub-Editor, Phil Robinson-Self, if you would like to contribute to the magazine.

Forum is distributed in hard copy via departments, centres and learning support services and made available to all members of staff involved in teaching, postgraduates and postdocs who teach and departmental student representatives.

If you would like to receive an individual copy of the Forum magazine, please contact Phil Robinson-Self to be included on the mailing list.

A large print, black and white version of the text is also available in hard copy; please contact Phil Robinson-Self for further details.

The current issue of the FORUM magazine is focused on Research-Led Teaching. Back issues of the magazine are also available here.

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