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Technology Enhanced eLearning Education (TEEE) Festival

This post is by Karolis Pantelejevas and Natalia Rosca who are two new Project Assistants on work placement with the Teaching and Learning Institute (TALI) team. This week we attended the Technology Enhanced eLearning Education (TEEE) Festival held from 8th-12th … Continue reading

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Using a business simulation game to embed enterprise education

At the University of Huddersfield, we are exploring the benefits of using a business simulation game to embed enterprise education in teaching and learning. SimVenture is now available and ready to use across campus as part of a strategic teaching … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: Exploring staff and student partnerships

The Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change is a peer-reviewed cross-disciplinary research journal that welcomes contributions relating to staff and students as change agents. The journal is part of the UK Change Agents Network and aims to support research into partnerships … Continue reading

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Call for papers: Digital Technologies special edition of the Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education

Digital technologies are pervasive in every aspect of Higher Education, and though their use is undoubtedly common in learning development activities, this field is under reported as an area of expertise. Call for papers, July 2014: Journal of Learning Development … Continue reading

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Teaching Large Groups: a Higher Education Academy Toolkit

Large Group Teaching is one of of the ‘New to teaching toolkits’ developed by the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and well worth taking a look at as it talks about student-centered teaching, design and interaction. There are also some really … Continue reading

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2014 HEA Conference Highlights

I was at the Higher Education Academy (HEA) Annual Conference held at Aston University in Birmingham last week. The event marked the tenth anniversary of the organisation. Here are highlights from some of conference sessions I attended: Working together for … Continue reading

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Inclusive Assessment in Practice – CALL FOR ABSTRACTS by 22nd August

When: Monday 24th November 2014 Where: Hosted at Plymouth University Cost: Please note that while the conference is free to attend (lunch and refreshments provided), delegates are required to book and pay for their own travel and accommodation. This one day conference, … Continue reading

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