Happy holiday season from the DLT team – please read through the following update and make contact if you have any concerns…
Help with your scholarly activity requirements is also available on the Scholarly Activities in Teaching and Learning website, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Libguide and the CRO Libguide
Want to have a crack at producing peer reviewed learning and teaching papers but not sure where to start? The EOI to join a BJBS Scholarship of Teaching Learning (SoTL) Community of Practice led by SoTL guru Deb Clarke closes 16 November. Places are very limited.
Our world has been turned upside down in recent weeks but there’s lots of help available to support your learning and teaching.
A well dressed English lady talking to us from next to a Christmas tree? No it’s not the Queen but our very own Executive Dean delivering her end of year message!
QUASAR is now live, are you using it well? Whether you’re teaching or researching over summer stay across the latest developments in SoTL. And finally, I’ve reported on L&T Symposium feedback!
In May, I looked at ASCILITE, a professional organisation specifically focused on the use of educational technologies in higher education. Today’s post looks at another Australasian-focused organisation – HERDSA – and what it has to offer FoBJBS academics.
This post is focused on some recent interesting Scholarship in Teaching and Learning (SoLT) papers, and the specific benefits in joining a professional body devoted to technology-enhanced learning.
Check your subject against some of the ICEBERG model action tips to make sure you’re maximising support for student retention. And when you’ve done that, check into some of this month’s opportunities for sharing the great work you’re doing at conferences and SoTL publications.
Ramp up your digital skills and learn all about social media for researchers, data visualisation and altmetrics…and more. And while you’re at it, take a look at what’s happening with study groups, eAssessment and even ‘upstairs’!