Free events this month – February 2024 9th February 2024 12.00 – 13.00: Promote, prevent and prosecute: Tailoring academic integrity for distinct student psychological profiles with Guy Curtis, University of Western Australia. 27th February 2024 15.00 – 16.00: LD@3 Examining change: The future of Learning Development in Higher Education with Ed Bickle and Steph Allen University of Bournemouth. Join the new ALDinHE Community of Practice on reflection Read the Take 5 with Nikki Clarke, Birmingham City University. Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education (JLDHE) Call for Special Issues Liberating learning in higher education 500-word abstract due: 15th February 2024 Full submissions due: 14 June […]
Submit a proposal for the ALDinHE 2024 Learning Development Conference. Visit the ALDcon24 website for more information. If you haven’t presented at the ALDinHE conference before, you can request a mentor to guide you through the submission process. Deadline to request a mentor is today: 1st December 2023 at 5pm Deadline for submissions: 15th January 2024 at 5pm Share your experiences and thoughts for ALDinHE’s new training and development project for Learning Developers. Complete the online survey Deadline for submissions is today: 1st December 2023 at 5pm Plan your calendar for 2024! Upcoming online events (free) available to book now for 2024: 10th January 2024 17.30 […]
Join our Professional Recognition Writing Retreat 15th November 2023 1pm – 3pm (online) Book a free place. Booking closes: 14th November at 5pm Make this the month you start on your CeP / CeLP application Applications for CeP and CeLP are open all year round. Read more about professional accreditation on our website. Reflect on your day. Contribute to ALDinHE’s collective diary on the 15th of the month (or your nearest working day) Transition Skills for University 29th November 2023 10am – 12.30pm (online) Regional event hosted by Queen’s University Belfast Book a ticket: Free to members and £25 for non-members Booking closes: 22nd November at 5pm […]
The writing retreat can offer you the opportunity to ask questions regarding your application and offer you time to write and reflect on your application. The writing retreat can also offer the opportunity to peer mark colleagues’ applications gaining useful feedback. The recognition scheme is open for applications all year round. Join us on a writing retreat to progress your Certified Practitioner (CeP) and Certified Leading Practitioner (CeLP) award. The CeP and CeLP awards promote Learning Development as a profession in its own right. Successful applicants receive formal recognition of their specialist knowledge and practice. This demonstrates expertise to both […]
LearnHigher is the UK’s library of Learning Development resources for HE. Improvements to the website Over the summer, following feedback received at the ALDinHE conference in June, the site has had a revamp and now boasts a range of new features. These include easier access to the newest and most popular resources, video case studies you can view about LearnHigher, and the option to leave reviews for resources you have downloaded and used. It’s also now easier than ever for you to submit your resources to LearnHigher thanks to the new information boxes on the home page. Simply click on ‘Submit […]
Issue 3 of the LoveLD magazine is out now for your summer reading. Thank you to everyone who has contributed. Our cover feature is the launch of ALDinHE’s peer mentoring scheme and we meet Sandra Abegglen who is the first to be professionally recognised through the new Certificate of Mentoring. In this issue, we focus on Student Voice, hearing from University of Northampton’s Student Learning Development Mentors and from ALDcon23, the Student Keynotes at the University of Portsmouth share their reflections. Dr Helen Webster (University of Oxford) is in the talking seat discussing embedded provision versus integrated. Rehana Awan (The Open […]
Paul Chin, our Co-Chair stepped down from his role in May 2023 and we thank him for his time, enthusiasm, and commitment to ALDinHE. We are glad he will remain involved with the organisation as a member of the Professional Recognition Working Group. As per the ALDinHE Constitution, this triggered a self-nomination and voting process to agree on a new Co-Chair. A call for self-nominations was sent to current Steering Group members on 15 May 2023. Those self-nominations were voted on by the Steering Group members between 29 May and 2 June. On 6 June 2023, Kate Coulson was voted […]
We are very happy to share issue 2 of the #LoveLD Magazine. You’ll find plenty of interest, and perhaps it will inspire you to contribute in the future! We hope you enjoy catching up with what’s going on in the community and if you have any feedback, please send us an email. Thank you to all our contributors – we couldn’t have done this without you.
Please explore ALDinHE’s Annual Report for 2022, celebrating what we have achieved as an association. It outlines what we do as an association and how we can work with you to further your success.
We are delighted to announce the launch of the new #LoveLD magazine, showcasing work taking place in the field of learning development. Issue 1 is out now with 60-pages packed full of the latest scholarship & research, your LD stories, awards, news, communities of practice, #ALDcon23, books, even #LoveLD crafts, recipes & tips for your home, plus much more… Thank you to everyone who contributed content. You can find the #LoveLD magazine on the ALDinHE’s website via “News” on the menu. We welcome your feedback on the magazine and if you are interested in featuring in a future issue, please email email@example.com We’d also […]