Widening Participation

Published:

18-11-2022

Categories:

Widening Participation, Inclusivity and Differentiation, Learning Spaces and Learning Communities

This #Take5 is brought to you from …Karen Welton and Jennie Dettmer, facilitators of the ALDinHE N/I CoP (read on to find out more!). They are passionate about breaking down barriers to learning in higher education for neurodivergent students. If you are interested in making a difference and being part of this dialogue, they welcome...

Neurodiversity

Published:

04-08-2022

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Assessment Feedback and Course Design, Learning Spaces and Learning Communities, Peer Assisted Learning and Mentoring, Technology Enhanced Learning, Widening Participation

Bringing development opportunities to the masses  This #Take5 post is brought to you from Dr Lee Fallin a regular tweeter and learning developer based at the University of Hull. Lee loves all things digital, and uses this #Take5 post to reflect on his journey from MOOC consumer to MOOC producer. I first learned about Massive...

MOOC

Published:

26-11-2020

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Assessment Feedback and Course Design, Digital Literacy, Technology Enhanced Learning, Widening Participation

This #Take5 post is brought to you from Dr Carina Buckley of Solent University - and is in dialogue with her #Take5 on students and camera use in online teaching and learning from a few weeks ago. The Evil DrB herself Should your students turn their cameras on? A rebuttal A few weeks ago, I...

Two birds on a water bath

Published:

26-09-2019

Categories:

Study Skills, Widening Participation

Happy new academic year! #Take5 is back and ready to go. This year our hope is to bring you at least one post a month - and to kick us off we have a great post from Jennie Dettmer, one of the organisers of an inspirational event that took place between ALDinHE and SIGMA -...

Dettmer delegates in the room

Published:

04-04-2017

Categories:

Learning Spaces and Learning Communities, Widening Participation

For this #Take5 we have we have invited Helen Webster from Newcastle University to blog about Learning Development values. This is in honour of our ALDinHE Conference, 10-12 April, University of Hull: http://www.aldinhe.ac.uk/events/9/aldinhe_conference_2017.html?p=7_9, and follows her recent interesting discussion on the LDHEN list.  So – thank you Helen! Everybody else – do leave a comment –...

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