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James Rutherford

Title: Ep. 1 The Teaching Here and There Podcast

Guest: James Rutherford, Senior Educational Technologist, City, University of London

Description: This episode discusses the Teaching Here and There (THaT) podcast, and hybrid teaching and learning in the HE sector.

Key Takeaways:

  • Microphones are important
  • Different approaches to hybrid teaching
  • Adapting teaching models for hybrid learning
  • The student experience


Time codes

1.28- STARTER QUESTION: What is the most important piece of technology in HE, and why?

2.05 The Teaching Here and There podcast overview

3.05 Key takeaways from Teaching Here and There

5.10 Inclusive learning (physical and virtual audiences)

7.22 The purpose of the Teaching Here and There podcast

8.10 The difficulties of hybrid teaching (Arts)

11.55 Different approaches to hybrid teaching and learning

12.55 The changing pedagogic model?

14.23 The importance of sound

17.34 The student experience

20.25 FINAL QUESTION: What is the next big technology change in HE, and why?

23.06 Final thoughts- inclusivity in hybrid teaching

24.41 Key takeaways


Related Episode Links

You can listen to the Teaching Here and There podcast from your podcast provider, or on Anchor:


James’ Contact Details

Email: teachinghereandtherepodcast@gmail.com

Twitter: @THAThybridpod


About City University

City has been teaching students in London for over 100 years since its formation in 1894 as the Northampton Institute. The name ‘City, University London’ was adopted in 1966 to reflect the University’s long-standing relationship with the City of London. This relationship was further cemented in 2016, when City joined the University of London group and became ‘City, University of London’.

Students who attend City can enjoy being on the doorstep of some of London’s key institutions and landmarks: the Museum of London, St Paul’s Cathedral, the British Library, the British Museum, the ‘Gherkin’, the ‘West End’, and the Tower of London.


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