Home Our Research Journal Impact Cultures Circle Blog The Circle Blog Circle (Community For Impactful Research In Connected Learning Experiences) The Journal of Impact Cultures is published by members of CIRCLE, a research group based at the University of East London. Who we are CIRCLE is a cross-disciplinary community of HE practitioners who share a common interest in achieving better teaching and learning experiences through impactful student-centred scholarship. Our aims We want to foster and promote a sustained culture of co-creation in teaching and learning that starts with students’ needs and ends with institutional transformation. What we do Use our research to demonstrate tangible evidence of student-centred best practices in our institution (TEF). Collaborate with students (TEF). Establish new, and connect existing international communities of practice via a collaborative writing group (TEF/REF). Commercialise knowledge exchange (KEF). Disseminate findings through a scholarly book series (REF). Publish impactful scholarly outputs of our own (TEF/REF). Intervene with scholarly debates in teaching and learning via a peer-assessed journal (TEF/REF). Design and deliver conferences (KEF/TEF). Influence national and international policy and practices in teaching and learning (TEF). Use The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) as a vehicle to connect and align TEF, REF and KEF. We will publish new blogs on this page. Check back soon.