Winners of our HEFi Awards for Educational Enhancement and Innovation talk about the work they do here at University of Birmingham.
HEFi is delighted to share with you our new programme of continuing professional development (CPD), the HEFi Showcase Series.
This week Fred O'Loughlin from HEFi talks about the latest in a series of reports by the Open University, examining innovations that are having a big impact on education.
This week Dr Scott Hayward discusses his experiences of using Canvas for computer-assisted assessments.
This week Sarah King introduces patchwork assessment.
Jon Elsmore, Director of Student Affairs , talks about referring students to support via PebblePad.
Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education Professor Kathleen Armour reflects on HEFi's achievements for 2018, and announces some of what's to come next year.
Join us at this interactive and discursive workshop to explore these questions and share ideas around best practice in the use of reading and resource lists.
This week Neil Cooke introduces Electronic Laboratory Notebooks, and offers advice on whether they could be useful for your students.
Alex Fenlon addresses the copyright and licensing issues associated with using images for teaching.
If you are considering applying for promotion, HEA fellowship, National Teaching Fellowship, or anything else that needs evidence of your teaching expertise, come along to this workshop to think about how you can plan your career, collect appropriate evidence, and create a convincing case.
Sridhar Pammu considers the varied ways that staff across the institution are using Panopto, giving plenty of ideas for uses beyond lecture capture.
HEFi are excited to announce that we have moved location and are now situated in the Old Gym (Y1 on the Edgbaston campus map).
This week's MicroCPD comes from a HEFi-funded project, and asks what works in the use of Teaching Films in distance learning?
How is digital technology transforming higher education? Register for this event to explore what it means to be a Digital Academic.
This week Lisa Coulson introduces The EAT Framework, which provides a research-informed, integrated and holistic approach to assessment feedback.
Dr Chris Tselepis, Programme Director for the BSc Biomedical Science programme, discusses Audio Feedback.
This week Dr Surindar Dhesi introduces a Canvas Resource for all staff who have regular contact with international students, and reveals the 10 small things that make a big difference to international students' experiences.
Find out more about the NTF and CATE awards and how to get involved.
Sarah King introduces the HEFi Awards and Recognition Framework, to support staff to deliver effective teaching throughout their career.