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Experts in teaching and learning weigh in on the teaching versus research debate from the 2018 Times Higher Education Teaching Excellence Summit held at the University of Glasgow

July 19, 2018
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At the 2018 Times Higher Education Teaching Excellence Summit, global experts on teaching and learning debated how universities should balance world-class research with effective teaching as well as the best way to teach students – lectures or active learning? 

Sara Custer speaks to two presenters from the summit, Suzi Derbyshire, deputy vice-chancellor of learning and teaching at Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia, and Bob Duke, director of the Center for Music Learning at the University of Texas at Austin

You can find the rest of our coverage from the summit here

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