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2015 Thank You Awards

The University of Huddersfield’s annual ‘Thank You’ awards ceremony was held on Monday, April 27 at St. Paul’s Hall. This event was organised by the Students’ Union, in partnership with the Teaching and Learning Institute. Around 60 University staff members, … Continue reading

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Using LEGO to model teaching and learning beliefs and practices

I facilitated a two-hour LEGO workshop with five colleagues last Friday. It was on “Using LEGO to model teaching and learning beliefs and practices.” This session employed some of the principles of the LEGO Serious Play methodology and the aim … Continue reading

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University of Huddersfield students present at British Conference of Undergraduate Research 2015

The British Conference of Undergraduate Research (BCUR) was held on the 20-21 April at the University of Winchester. It was a two-day programme featuring more than 300 students presenting across all disciplines from research into lake sediments to early modern women philosophers. … Continue reading

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Talking About Teaching

On Friday 23 January 2015 I visited York St-John’s University (YSJ) to attend their ‘Talking about Teaching’ event which this year was themed around “Inclusive Learning, Teaching and Assessment”. The fifth year of this annual event, saw around 12o YSJ … Continue reading

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New student journal publishes high quality peer reviewed research

The University of Huddersfield has recently published the first issue of a new journal of Huddersfield student research. Fields is quite unique as a journal in that it gives students, both undergraduate and postgraduate taught, the chance to publish their work through … Continue reading

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Take your lecturer for a coffee – developing conversations

Following the Educating Huddersfield event organised by the University of Huddersfield Students’ Union (SU), the Teaching and Learning Institute (TALI) in collaboration with the SU is offering students a voucher to ‘take a lecturer for a coffee’. The aim is … Continue reading

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The Challenges and Benefits of using Google Sites for e-portfolios

At the Technology Enhanced eLearning Education (TEEE) Festival (8th-12th September 2014), Cheryl Reynolds from the School of Education and Professional Development delivered the session ‘The challenges and benefits of using Google Sites for eportfolios’. The session outlined how Google Sites was … Continue reading

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