Published:

25-11-2022

Categories:

Events, Study Skills

The Leicester Law School is hosting a one-day legal education conference to cover legal skills and inequality, tech and professional skills. This is a one-day conference that is taking place with funding support from the Association for Learning Development in Higher Education (ALDinHE). It is organised by Leicester Law School and specifically: Dr Maribel Canto-Lopez,...

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Published:

18-11-2022

Categories:

Widening Participation, Inclusivity and Differentiation, Learning Spaces and Learning Communities

This #Take5 is brought to you from …Karen Welton and Jennie Dettmer, facilitators of the ALDinHE N/I CoP (read on to find out more!). They are passionate about breaking down barriers to learning in higher education for neurodivergent students. If you are interested in making a difference and being part of this dialogue, they welcome...

Neurodiversity

Published:

11-11-2022

Categories:

Events

The next instalment of ICALLD’s annual Symposium-over-time is next Wednesday 16th November at 9pm. Indigenous Academic Integrity: Paradigms into Practice presented by Keeta Gladue Registration link Abstract  In Canada, Indigenous peoples are living, distinct and diverse nations and communities who carry forward the knowledge of millennia in their stories, songs, protocols, ceremonies, and histories. As Indigenous peoples we...

Published:

09-11-2022

Categories:

Study Skills

Ellen Spender from Swansea University was awarded ALDinHE research funding. Read more about the research below. Following the recent pandemic when students were, once again, able to return to the in-person on campus learning environment we, as educators, chose to use various teaching strategies to engage our students. The experience of delivering online had highlighted...

Manual notetaking

Published:

19-10-2022

Categories:

Learning Spaces and Learning Communities, Events

And you may ask yourself, ‘Well, how did I get here?’ And you may ask yourself, ‘How do I work this?’ And you may ask yourself, ‘Am I right, am I wrong?’ And you may say to yourself, ‘My God, what have I done?’ Photo – screenshot of Alicja Syska and Carina Buckley recording the...

The Learning Development Project

Published:

08-10-2022

Categories:

Research

Dr Steph Allen, Dr Ed Bickle and Dr Marian Mayer are seeking research participants from the learning development community to take part in research funded by the Society for Educational Studies. This builds upon Ed’s workshop at the ALDinHE’s 2022 conference called “Learning Development 2030.   The researchers are seeking 50 LD participants Participants will...

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Published:

08-10-2022

Categories:

Research

Would you like to be a volunteer research participant on a BALEAP research funded project researching formative feedback for assessment? Are you a foundation year lecturer or a lecturer teaching first year students?  Are you interested in the use of inclusive formative assessment practices in Higher Education?  Why don't you join our team to have...

Feedback

Published:

21-09-2022

Categories:

Academic Literacy, Research

This #Take5 is brought to you from @EvilDoctorB herself (Carina Buckley) – and her demonic sidekick @AlicjaSyska – or the other way round… (You can see them below literally inhabiting our LD third space)… We are so happy that after writing their most excellent paper on writing as liberatory practice, they agreed to write this...

Carina Buckley and Alicja Syska

Published:

14-09-2022

Categories:

Events

On behalf of ALDinHE’s newest partner in ICALLD – the South African Association for Academic Literacy Practitioners (SAAALP) – I would like to share news of a forthcoming virtual conference: The University of Pretoria and the University of the Free State (South Africa) will be hosting a joint conference on the 29th of September 2022. This is a...

SAAALP Conference

Published:

03-09-2022

Categories:

Learning Spaces and Learning Communities

This #Take5 post is brought to you from the TALON and #Take5 teams – and is a reflection on the power of collaboration in Higher Education (HE). This is the team that discussed the Special Issue of the Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice on Collaboration in HE in #Take5 #69 – and this post looks at the online International Symposium that...

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