Covid-19

Compendium of Innovative Practice

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This month the open access Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education published a special edition, the Compendium of innovative practice; learning development in a time of disruption. (Issue number 22). https://journal.aldinhe.ac.uk/index.php/jldhe This timely peer-reviewed special issue contains 102 short pieces organised into 11 thematic sections that explore the challenges posed by the pandemic and the… Read more »

Fusion Learning Conference 2021 – Resources

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A big thank you to all those who presented and engaged with the conference sessions over the past two weeks. Colleagues and external speakers have delivered some really interesting sessions around excellent pedagogic practice and their innovative responses to teaching during the pandemic. How can I view the recordings? If you would like to catch… Read more »

Fusion Learning Conference 2021 – Programme

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We’re excited to share with you the final programme for our upcoming FLIE conference. All sessions will take place online and links will be advertised nearer the time. Monday 28th June Tuesday 29th June Wednesday 30th June Thursday 1st July Friday 2nd July 10.00-11.00 Conference Opening Prof. Tim McIntyre-Bhatty Keynote speaker: Prof. Stephen Heppell Preparing… Read more »

Academic success with LinkedIn – webinar

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Join this webinar, run by LinkedIn Learning, which looks at how Covid-19 has disrupted higher education and how blended learning, social distancing, and lockdowns will effect student outcomes. Academic Success with LinkedIn 9th June 2021, 1-2pm The webinar will look at the successful strategies universities can adopt to ensure that students receive a high quality… Read more »

Ten rules for supporting a temporary move to teaching and learning at a distance – messages from a recent journal paper.

Adjustments as a response to Covid-19 have required staff in Higher Education Institutions to deliver programmes on-line that were not originally designed to be delivered in this mode. Whilst blended learning approaches were becoming  more familiar, staff and learners have been required to adapt quickly to ways of teaching and learning that may be unfamiliar… Read more »