Posts By: Debbie Holley

Professor Debbie Holley talks Digital Toolkits at #ALTC

Dr Marketa Zezulkova, Charles University, Prague, has been leading the collaborative work on Digital toolkits with Bournemouth Universities Dr David Biggins and Professor Debbie Holley. Session Description The tensions of UK Higher Education environment metrics (cf Research Excellence Framework (REF), Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF)) can be seen in drivers of digital… Read more »

The EdD keynotes are open to all staff, as they are of broader interest across the fields of media, education, pedagogies and research.

Colleagues, Please do share with PhD students etc, or indeed, come along if you are interested..thanks to the CEMP EdD team for sharing KEYNOTES   1pm 4th October, EB206 Sarah Jones (MES Hong Kong Pre-Keynote): Towards the Unknown: Building literacy in a world we don’t understand (via video link / interactive). Sarah is the Head of… Read more »

Thoughtpiece in Nurse Education Today – Virtual Health Education: Scaling Practice to transform student learning

Colleagues, Delighted an HSS/CEL collaboration has had a published outcome – see below Denyse King, Stephen Tee, Liz Falconer, Catherine  Angell ,Debbie  Holley, Anne Mills Abstract The advancements in and affordability of technologies offer increasing opportunities to modernise healthcare education into packages developed to meet the expectations and requirements of the digital generation. Purposefully designed… Read more »

Dr Sue Way – National Teaching Fellow

Colleagues, I  am sure you will join me in congratulating Dr Sue Way, Associate Professor of Midwifery in HSS, who has been awarded a prestigous National Teaching Fellowship. Below I have extracted the AdvanceHE information. CEL run annual calls and run events for staff interested in applying for an NTF, please get on touch with… Read more »

Final call for registering for ALT-C – and follow sessions streamed on youtube, and participate at #altc

The ever amazing ALT-C annual conference is coming up! Last registrations  by Friday 31st August, if you are unable to attend in person, check out the daily streamed sessions and take part  using the #altc tag https://altc.alt.ac.uk/2018/programme/#/day1 11-13 September 2018, Manchester, UK For ALT’s 25th Annual Conference we will bring together different critical perspectives in… Read more »

CEL BU present: All of us put other people first”: Narratives from a participatory photodiary study with university student carers

Part of the SRHE national webinar series  Debbie Holley Colleagues, Interested in the lived experiences of student caring for others? Dr Jacq Priego, with Prof Debbie Holley from CEL share their research findings at an SRHE event Monday 3rd September 13.00-14.00 – open now for bookingThis is partnered with webinar that will be of interest… Read more »

Learning gain: Conclusion of National Mixed Methodology Learning Gain project

Colleagues, There has been much sector ‘noise’ about the concept of learning gain as part of the Teaching Excellence Framework. The Office for Students commissioned some research, and a number of HEIs across England took part. An over and the results can be found here: www.officeforstudents.org.uk/avice-and-guidance/teaching/learning-gain/national-mixed-methodology-learning-gain-project/

Accessibility MOOCs – two running in September/October

Thanks to Chris Scholes for passing our way: ====== FutureLearn Inclusive Learning and Teaching Environments Sept 3rd for three weeks – for those working in Higher Education and interested in making elearning accessible “Explore the barriers experienced by disabled students and learn how to overcome these barriers through inclusive practices.” https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/inclusive-learning-teaching/   FutureLearn Digital Accessibility… Read more »