The inaugural HEFi18 Conference was held on campus on the 29th June. Staff from across the University attended sessions focussing on innovation and good practice in the policy and practice field of Higher Education Learning and Teaching.
This year's Beacon Festival is running from the 2nd to the 6th of July.
Professor Kathleen Armour, PVC Education, introduces the inaugural Higher Education Futures institute conference, HEFi18.
We are pleased to announce that PebblePad, the internationally recognised online portfolio-building tool, is coming to the University of Birmingham.
Dr Jonathan Watkins details a case study from EPS, where blended learning methods were used to improve student engagement.
This week Dr Matthew Brett gives an introduction to data science and its uses in the classroom.
We are pleased to announce that PebblePad, the internationally recognised online portfolio-building tool, is coming to the University of Birmingham on 29 June.
This week Dr Lesley Batty and Joe Berry talk about how digital technologies can be used to increase inclusivity.
This week Dr Julia Myatt discusses the new zeitgeist in higher education: interdisciplinarity
This week Meurig Gallagher talks about lecture capture options for whiteboards.
Dr Kamilya Suleymenova introduces a new digital interactive resource to help staff get the most out of Canvas.
This week Henry Chapman talks about staff and students using digital technologies effectively for learning, teaching and research.
Staff are invited to register for the inaugural HEFi Conference, HEFi18, and proposals are invited for conference sessions on the theme research on practice.
Staff are invited to bid for funds to support collaborative projects - closes 6th April.
We are pleased to announce this one day symposium to be held on Friday 27th April 2018 at the University of Birmingham.
This week Dr Matthew Francis and Dr Nicola Gale discuss inclusive education at a research-intensive university.
This week Dr Clare Ray talks about a great way to drive student involvement and therefore engagement during lectures: Polling Technology.
This week Marios Hadjianastasis busts some myths surrounding lecture recording , and discusses the real evidence and benefits.
This week David Price talks about electronic management of assessment (EMA)
Els Van Geyte gives some tips on making international students feel more included