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Built Environment Subject Centre

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Higher Education Academy
Subject Centres

Art, Design, Media Subject Centre
Bioscience Subject Centre
Built Environment Subject Centre
Business Management and Accountancy (BEST) Subject Centre
Economics Network
Education (ESCALATE) Subject Centre
Engineering Subject Centre
English Subject Centre
Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences Subject Centre
Health Sciences and Practice Subject Centre
History, Classics and Archaeology Subject Centre
Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism Subject Centre
Information and Computer Sciences Subject Centre
Subject Centre for Languages Linguistics and Area Studies
UK Centre for Legal Education
UK Centre for Materials Education
Maths, Stats & OR Network
Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine Subject Centre
PALATINE (Performing Arts Learning and Teaching Innovation Network)
Philosophical and Religious Studies Subject Centre
Physical Sciences Subject Centre
Psychology Subject Centre
Subject Network for Sociology, Anthropology, Politics
Social Policy and Social Work (SWAP) Subject Centre

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The Built Environment Subject Centre was one of 24 Subject Centres funded first with the Learning and Teaching Support Network and later within the Higher Education Academy, which aimed to promote high quality learning and teaching in UK Higher Education (HE) by providing subject-based support for sharing innovations and good practices.

The Higher Education Academy itself came into being in 2004 through the amalgamation of the Learning and Teaching Support Network (LTSN), the Institute for the Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (ILTHE) and the Higher Education Staff Development Agency (HESDA) in order to enable comprehensive, knowledgeable support for practitioners and institutions with an aim to the greater professionalisation of HE teaching.[1]

The Built Environment Subject Centre was based at Cardiff University and Salford University[2]


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