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22-05-2022

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Events, Visual Literacy and Presentation Skills

Tuesday 21st June @ 3pm - 4pm This webinar is based on the outcome of an ALDinHE funded project, entitled “student led online symposium on culture driven business responses to Covid-19 in Global North and South”. This project was a collaborative effort between students from York Business School (York St John University) and School of...

Speaker giving a talk at a Symposium

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04-05-2022

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Research, Education, Research Methodologies and Data Collection

We – Carina Buckley (Solent) and Alicja Syska (Plymouth) – are carrying out a small research project into what it means to Learning Developers to write and publish, and how that contributes to a sense of professional identity. As such, we are looking for participants to answer a short survey, that should take no more...

Business analyst or auditor working on statistical data paper documents & using laptop computer with spreadsheets making analytics report. Flat style vector illustration isolated on white background.

Published:

29-04-2022

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Events

The LearnHigher Working Group are keen to hear about and share your experiences of the LearnHigher website materials by means of short videos, which may be showcased at the forthcoming ALDcon in June.This can be achieved through three simple steps: Please choose ONE of the following themes: Submitting a resource:How did you find the process?...

LearnHigher Logo

Published:

29-04-2022

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Assessment Feedback and Course Design

This #Take5 blog post is brought to you from Gilly Salmon – and we are so delighted to be able to present her latest thoughts on the 5-stage model for online learning. If not now – when? The 5-stage model: Carpe Diem The 5-stage model for online learning was first built nearly 30 years ago from grounded...

Gilly Salmon

Published:

28-04-2022

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Events, Leadership and Management

Monday 16th May @ 3pm - 4pm Although it might not always feel like it, we all have the capacity and the potential to influence others and bring about change. Too often ideas of ‘leadership’ can get muddled up with ‘management’, but if we switch focus from authority to relationships, from responsibility to advocacy, and...

Authoritative women leading in a meeting

Published:

09-04-2022

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Inclusivity and Differentiation

Inclusive practice in learning development (practitioner event) This #Take5 post is brought to you from the ALDinHE Events Working Group (see https://aldinhe.ac.uk/working-group/events-group/). The group organises our LD@3 programme and this post reflects particularly on a practitioner event on Inclusive practice in Learning Development that took place in September last year. In this post Sandie Donnelly reflects not just...

Inclusive Practice Wordcloud

Published:

22-03-2022

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Events

Have you been awarded as a Certified Practitioner (CeP) in Learning Development or a Certified Leading Practitioner (CeLP)? Would you like to be a reviewer for professional recognition CeP – Certified Practitioners applications? Reviewers will be expected to offer standardised feedback to applicants and adhere to a strict time frame when reviewing applications. You will...

CeP and CeLP Certificates

Published:

15-03-2022

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Research, Research Methodologies and Data Collection, Technology Enhanced Learning

In this blog article, we will be sharing the results of our research into student engagement with online learning and which virtual educational tools are preferred by staff and students at the University of Exeter. After the COVID-19 pandemic hit in 2020, we, as well as all the teaching world, had to rapidly assimilate new...

Illustration of an online focus group

Published:

14-03-2022

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Events

ALDinHE is extending an open invitation for mini keynote speakers for our 2022 annual conference in Northampton on 15 June. Our mini keynotes are an excellent opportunity to lead a discussion about a particular area of interest in Learning Development and to network with Learning Developers from across the UK and around the world.This will...

illustration of six people around a table piecing together four pieces of a jigsaw puzzle in a workshop activity.

Published:

08-03-2022

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Events

March 28 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm This presentation outlines an approach to LD that does not focus on where ‘students should be’ but rather tries to meet them where they are. This ‘pragmatic approach’ is based on real experiences in the classroom informed by critical pedagogy (Freire, hooks). It recognises that the assumed skills of students in...

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