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Webinar: Key data: Qualitative and mixed methods data Online, 15.00 – 16.00 GMT 5 December 2017

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Webinar: Key data: Qualitative and mixed methods data Online, 15.00 – 16.00 GMT 5 December 2017   This introductory webinar is intended for anyone who wants to learn about the qualitative or mixed-methods data available from the UK Data Service. The UK Data Service provides access to a range of qualitative and mixed-methods data including… Read more »

Future Laboratory Report on the Open Economy

Report commissioned by Samsung exploring the future of work. You need to register to download. Key findings: European countries are at the forefront of the move to Open Economy models, occupying eight of the top ten slots in WIPO’s Global Innovation Index. Current workplace security systems are not yet ready for truly open working practices…. Read more »

Broadband Commission: Working Group on Education/ Digital Skills for life and work

From the executive summary: A continuum of ‘digital skills’ Digital technologies now underpin effective participation in key areas of life and work. In addition to technology access, the skills and competencies needed to make use of digital technology and benefit from its growing power and functionality have never been more essential. … Countries are increasingly seeking… Read more »

L&T journal from New Zealand – open access, interesting article on student transitions

Kia ora from NZ / Aotearoa, where we’re experiencing the lowest temperatures in a few years. But most of us know someone who has a radiator – we’ll get through it. Just writing to let you know about our journal, which has just gone ‘live’ on our website at: http://journal.atlaanz.org/index.php/ATLAANZ   There are five articles… Read more »

Free book on ‘Universal Design for Curriculum Design

Thank you to Chris Scholes, from the CEL Steering Group and Head of ALS for sharing:   This fabulous resource is based on case studies from University College Dublin There are three main sections in the book. If you are particularly interested in one of these aspects of teaching and learning you may wish to go straight… Read more »

Creating creative spaces – game changers and fun at work!

Susanne Clarke – Head of Service Excellence. Creating spaces and environments which bring teams together to unleash creativity and allow game changing ideas to thrive is central to embedding excellence. There is a lot of science behind many approaches to creativity & innovation and the evidence is growing all the time. It can however, be… Read more »

Call for Chapters, Leading Change Together in Global Higher Education

Leading Change Together in Global Higher Education Editors: Cristina Devecchi, Northampton University and Jacqueline Potter, Keele University. The Higher Education sector has seen major changes around the world. From the rise of new universities to the increase in student numbers, universities have had to respond and adapt to top-down national policy and to more external… Read more »

Transforming learning through student research

Dear colleagues, a new article “Transforming learning through student research” has just been published and you may find it useful. Here is an excerpt from it: “Given the huge potential for research of all types to enhance learning outcomes, higher education can benefit from integrating student research activities into curricula at all levels across all domains…. Read more »

First issue of the International Journal for Students as Partners (IJSaP)

Apologies for cross-posting.   We are delighted to let you know that the first issue of the International Journal for Students as Partners (IJSaP) was launched on 8th May 2017 at the International Summer Institute on Students as Partners at McMaster University, Canada (https://macblog.mcmaster.ca/summer-institute/). The journal, which is hosted by McMaster University Library Press, is… Read more »