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Learnhigher is a collaborative site offering effective peer reviewed resources for university level study. To contribute a resource, please first read the guidelines below and then press the ‘Submit a resource’ button. Thank you.

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Guidelines for submitting a resource to LearnHigher

Please read the below before submitting your resource to LearnHigher:

  • Resources submitted must adhere to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1. Use the following checklists to check your resource suitability:
  • Resource submission criteria [PDF] (what you can and cannot do. E.g. resource expectations and acceptable files types)
  • Resource online submission help [PDF] (Guidance with our online submission form, and what to expect)
  • Please note:
    • We limit file submission to a maximum of five main items per resource.
    • Is your video and or audio resource narrated? Then please provide an accompanying separate transcript (under these circumstances you are allowed to exceed the five item limit).
    • We ONLY accept original resources, and not links to websites (e.g. your own institutional web-links).

Any issues?

If you have any files larger than 20Mb, please us our Contact Us form on this website and include the subject line ‘resource development larger files’.

Resource Submission Form

Resource Information

Please state the name and email of others who were involved in creating this resource (if applies)

Additional questions

License

Free teaching & learning resources for staff in UK higher education

Get involved & add your resources

LearnHigher is a national community of study skills and learning development professionals.
Adding your resources is a great way to amplify their reach across the UK and beyond!

Looking to submit your own resources?

LearnHigher is a network for promoting and LearnHigher is a collaborative site offering effective peer reviewed resources for university level study. To find out more on how to contribute a resource, follow the link below.

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