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LATISS special issue “Mobility in doctoral education – and beyond”

Apologies for cross posting – but something for everyone here! ===== The recent special issue of Learning and Teaching: The International Journal of Higher Education in the Social Sciences (LATISS) titled “Mobility in doctoral education – and beyond” is now available online! Please visit the Berghahn website for more information about the journal: https://emea01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=www.berghahnjournals.com%2Flatiss&data=02%7C01%7C%7C72bec6cc87ab42e80a4408d65657dd5c%7Cede29655d09742e4bbb5f38d427fbfb8%7C0%7C0%7C636791332703816679&sdata=2VZ4DbKwmhf2t2SiYke9YnknN6RflX3TVJzAlUZJ5B4%3D&reserved=0 Volume 11,… Read more »

The rise of the digital: Linkedin highlights its role in talent development

Staying relevant in the age of automation is what respondents said to the Linkedin workplace research that offers the backdrop to this years report on workplace learning. 68% of those surveyed preferred to learn at work when developing their digital skills, and expect their employers to create the space for this to happen. And ensuring… Read more »

Future Teacher Talk: Getting savvy with digital tools and resources – 1pm Thursday 25th October

Interested in tech? ALT are hosting a series of webinars The registration for our next Future Teacher webinar entitled Getting savvy with digital tools and resources is now available via our usual FT Talks resource https://xot.futureteacher.eu/play.php?template_id=4 The session summary is as follows: There are a wide range of excellent tools – many free – that… Read more »

UK Data Service launches a new online teaching resource ‘data for non-experts’

Professor Debbie Holley

Colleagues, apologies for cross posting – may be of interest ===== Explore key aspects of survey, aggregate and longitudinal data The UK Data Service recently launched a new online teaching resource which introduces data to non-experts via easy-to-use interactive Data Skills Modules. These will give those new to research a solid grounding in the key… 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.

Professor Debbie Holley

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 »

 EC-TEL 2018 Healthcare Education Track

 Apologies for cross posting, but those with a TEL/Digital/Health set of professional/ research interests in this area may find the specialist track of value…. ===== EC-TEL 2018 Healthcare Education Track – Key Messages    The European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning is being hosted in Leeds and has a dedicated one-day track devoted to TEL in… Read more »

Student centred induction wins Guardian 2018 Higher Education Award in the ‘Course and Curriculum Design category’

Professor Debbie Holley

Congratulations to staff and students for this student-centred (rather than staff led) inclusive induction initiative at Huddersfield  it has just won the Guardian 2018 Higher Education Award in the ‘Course and Curriculum Design category’ https://www.officeforstudents.org.uk/news-blog-and-events/news-and-blog/a-flying-start-to-university-study/