LearnHigher FAQs

What is LearnHigher?

The Learn Higher platform was created to enhance student success by sharing peer-reviewed resources from across the Learning Development community.

For more information, please check out our About Us section

Who is this website for?

This website provides resources for Learning Developers, Librarians, Lecturers, Teachers and more. All of our resources have been peer-reviewed and focus on essential learning development skills, which can be used in lectures, seminars, workshops or tutorials. You can browse all of our resources or look for a specific topic using the search bar.

All our resources are free to use under the Creative Commons License. You need to be registered and logged in to the ALDinHE website to download resources, either as a registered website user or as a member.

Where can I find resources?

If you are looking for something specific, try using the search bar above. Otherwise, you can browse all of our resources, organised into categories.

How do I share my resources?

We welcome all submissions. You can learn more about our resource specification requests and our peer-review process here.

Do you offer a mentoring programme?

If you require a mentor to support you in the resource creation and submission process, please Contact us. You can find a list of ALDinHE Peer Mentoring options here.

Are you connected to ALDinHE?

Yes! The LearnHigher working group who monitor and update the Learn Higher webpage are all part of the ALDinHE Professional Association. Read about the members of the LearnHigher working group.

How do I become a Learning Developer?

Every journey to Learning Development is personal, with many different routes leading to the role of Learning Developer. If you are interested in a peer mentor to support you on your journey, check out our ALDinHE mentoring schemes. You can also gain professional recognition of your role as a Learning Developer or Leader in Learning Development through ALDinHE.

Submitting a resource to Learn Higher can contribute as evidence for your professional recognition application.

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