Research

Published:

26-05-2022

Categories:

Playful and Creative Learning, Research

By Dr Selen Kars-Unluoglu (University of the West of England) & Prof Burcu Guneri-Cangarli (Izmir University of Economics) Arts-based methods which traditionally rely on engagement with material artefacts (e.g. LEGO® bricks, finger puppets, craft materials) have been on the rise in management learning and teaching (Taylor and Ladkin, 2009). COVID-19 has challenged educators to adapt...

White wooden door in a stone wall

Published:

04-05-2022

Categories:

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:

15-03-2022

Categories:

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:

24-02-2022

Categories:

Research, Academic Literacy

This #Take5 post is brought to you from Ed Bickle from the LDU at Bournemouth University and Ralitsa Kantcheva, a Study Skills Adviser at Bangor University. They are reflecting on their involvement in one of ALDinHE’s CoP (Community of Practice  – see https://aldinhe.ac.uk/networking/communities-of-practice/): The Research CoP. The Research CoP is a group of LDers on diverse...

Cartoon Man Woman Put Letters on Book Pages

Published:

29-10-2021

Categories:

Events, Education, Information Literacy, Research

Reading, JLDHE and You This #Take5 is brought to you from Craig Morley and Jenny Hillman, members of the Journal of Learning in Higher Education’s (JLDHE) editorial board. It is designed to introduce ALDinHE/JLDHE’s new Reading Club and encourage you to get involved! Read all about it! JLDHE’s Reading Club had its inaugural event in #ALDCon21,...

JLDHE Reading Club

Published:

20-10-2021

Categories:

Events, Education, Research, Wellbeing

Session abstract:  The Open University Business School is leading a research project on online learning and strategic planning through, and post, lockdown in English secondary schools. This workshop focuses on one of the key themes that has emerged from the qualitative research: wellbeing of educators through the pandemic. The workshop provides an engaging and motivational...

Coronavirus disease COVID-19 infection 3D medical illustration

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