Events

Published:

27-01-2023

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CeLP, CeP, Events

The recognition scheme is open for applications all year round. Join us on an online 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....

White door with a blue sign that reads, The Writers Retreat

Published:

26-01-2023

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Events, Learning Spaces and Learning Communities, Research, Research Methodologies and Data Collection

This #Take 5 blog is brought to you by Ed Bickle, Steph Allen and Marian Mayer, the Learning Development (LD) team, Bournemouth University Faculty of Media and Communication, who, with the help of LD colleagues, reflect upon the workshop they delivered at the 2022 ALDinHE conference. Focusing on the concept of change, they examine how LD might look at...

University of Northampton

Published:

10-01-2023

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Events

We are thrilled to announce the second series of academic integrity webinars brought to you by the Faculty of Marketing and Communication (FMC) Learning Development Team at Bournemouth University in collaboration with the Association for Learning Development in Higher Education. The first series which ran between November and December 2022 was very successful with many...

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Published:

25-11-2022

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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:

11-11-2022

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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:

19-10-2022

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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:

14-09-2022

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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:

07-06-2022

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Events

Monday 18th July @ 3pm - 4pm Video conferencing platforms like Zoom, the video affordances of MS Teams and google handouts offer a way to connect with our students, however, their limits are the synchronous nature of the technology, the minimal shared experience and the lack of sense of place. The paradigm of adopting games...

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Published:

26-05-2022

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Events

Thursday 14th July @ 3pm - 4pm Over the last twenty years, the field of learning development has been caught in circular debates about the value and effectiveness of subject-embedded versus extra-curricular or standalone activities. These debates have over-emphasised the need to consider each subject area in strict isolation. In this paper, we explore the...

Members of the ALDinHE community at ALDCon19

Published:

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...

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