Our Virtual Classroom has been designed to offer a range of online educational resources and activities to help support our applicants and their schools during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
Discover new subject areas in our bitesize curriculum videos; catch up with exclusive talks from our Lincoln Live guests including the BBC's Clara Amfo, Chris Packham CBE, and Love Island's Wes Nelson; and explore advice and guidance from our Education Liaison Team on everything from applying to university to finance and personal statements.
Our bitesize curriculum videos are designed to provide an insight into a wide range of different subject areas and topics. They aim to inspire young people to discover new areas of interest and help identify the subjects they might wish to study at university and beyond.
British Science Week is an annual celebration of all things science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. At the University of Lincoln, we used this opportunity to showcase our expertise in these areas by creating a schedule of inspiring and interactive lectures.
As part of the University's involvement in British Science Week 2021, Computer Science PhD student Lisa Jacobs explores how technology can support students with dyslexia in higher education and discusses her own experiences of studying with dyslexia. She offers tips on the support available, with a focus on her own research, and talks about the different programs, apps, and websites that can help students during their studies.
You can find out more about health and wellbeing support at the University of Lincoln, including support for Specific Learning Difficulties, on our dedicated Student Services website.
If you weren't able to tune into our previous Lincoln Live talks or would like to watch them again, you can! Catch up with a range of our guest speakers below.
Our Education Liaison team are here to help you in the process of joining university. Catch up with their video presentations below to find out more.
Discover our campus and find out more about studying at Lincoln through a fantasy video game developed by staff and students. In this free game you can explore a fictional version of our Brayford Pool Campus, built to scale but reimagined into a fantasy setting. The game offers the chance to interact with characters created by current students who will tell you about their experiences while completing quests designed to give you a feel for life at Lincoln.
Lincoln Island is available now to download from the Microsoft Store.