What’s on this month in ALDinHE – December 2023

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Submit a proposal for the ALDinHE 2024 Learning Development Conference.

Visit the ALDcon24 website for more information.

If you haven’t presented at the ALDinHE conference before, you can request a mentor to guide you through the submission process. 

Deadline to request a mentor is today: 1st December 2023 at 5pm

Deadline for submissions: 15th January 2024 at 5pm

Share your experiences and thoughts for ALDinHE’s new training and development project for Learning Developers. 

Complete the online survey

Deadline for submissions is today: 1st December 2023 at 5pm

Plan your calendar for 2024! 

Upcoming online events (free) available to book now for 2024:

10th January 2024 17.30 – 19.30: JLDHE reading club 

17th January 2024 15.00 – 16.00: LD@3 Bridging the Gap Project

14th March 2024 14.00 – 16.00: Professional recognition writing retreat

16th May 2024 15.00 – 16.00: LD@3 Developing student writing: write to learn

17th July 2024 10.00 – 12.00: Professional recognition writing retreat
21st November 2024 11.00 – 13.00: Professional recognition writing retreat

Provide input to ALDinHE’s 5-year strategy.

The ALDinHE strategy engagement is an opportunity for everyone to contribute to what our strategy looks like and specifically what our strategic goals across the association should be.

Review the 4-page strategy document.

Deadline for feedback: 15th December 2023 at 5pm

Explore LearnHigher’s latest resources.

Our latest resource by Karen Hudson. A quick guide for module leads and lecturers on inclusive teaching, which provides a quick introduction to some practical and straightforward inclusive teaching practices.

See 20 latest resources

Engage in an effective mentoring relationship over 2024.

Explore the ALDinHE mentoring scheme, which aims to provide learning developers with an opportunity to draw on the knowledge and experience of other colleagues to find their voice within learning development through being mentored. The mentoring process can provide support, challenge and stimulation for your work, leading to fundamental shifts in personal skills and self-awareness.

Find out more about the ALDinHE mentoring scheme.

Sit back, relax and take 5!  

The Take5 posts on the ALDinHE blog are designed to help all of us working to share our passion for teaching and learning; helping our students to learn how to learn. Take5 is also for anybody working in urban, diverse spaces – and in emancipatory ways. We want you to share your passion and your ideas! 

#Take5 offers ‘pick up and go’ teaching tips and we hope that you will also share your tips and tricks via the Comments section.

If you are also interested in publishing a Take 5 post, please email admin@aldinhe.ac.uk 

Reflect on your day. 

Contribute to ALDinHE’s collective diary on the 15th of the month (or your nearest working day)

Disseminate your research through ALDinHE. 

Discover ways to disseminate your research through ALDinHE at our website. 

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