The Sheffield Companion to IBL

IBL Companion front cover

The Sheffield Companion to IBL offers an overview of themes in the conceptualisation, design, practice and development of inquiry-based learning from the perspective of work carried out through CILASS at The University of Sheffield.

The Companion is intended for those in universities who teach, or who support or develop learning and teaching, including academic staff, practitioner-tutors, librarians, educational developers and learning technologists. It is also intended for students who work in roles as tutors, learning mentors or partners with staff in educational enhancement activities.

The Companion can be downloaded as a PDF from the right hand side of this page, along with a planner template for designing IBL, and discussing and sharing IBL

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The Sheffield Companion to Inquiry-Based Learning by Philippa Levy, Sabine Little, Pam McKinney, Anna Nibbs and Jamie Wood is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 UK: England & Wales License.