HEFi’s mission is to support staff to deliver innovative and inclusive research-intensive teaching. The aim is to optimise student learning and prepare students for their futures. HEFi is open-access to facilitate shared learning with and from colleagues across the higher education sector.
New from HEFi
Testing Times: New Approaches to Assessment & Feedback
Teaching in a Socially Distanced Classroom
Personal Academic Tutoring
Support for Guidance on Covid Affected Teaching (GoCAT):
Digital exam guidance for staff
Adding additional time to online exams
Online synchronous Teaching Events using Zoom
Online Weekly Group Tutorials (eWGT) guide for Academic staff
Online Weekly Group Tutorials (eWGT) guide for Professional Services staff
HEFi is pleased to share our newly developed portfolio of resources to support staff during the move to bimodal teaching.
In this MicroCPD, Joe Berry from HEFi gives his 5 top tips to tweak your online delivery next semester. Click for remote teaching and learning tips, and the video transcript.
For more video CPD, visit the HEFi CPD Archive.
Posted 14 December 2020
Joe Berry from HEFi gives his 5 top tips to tweak your online delivery next semester.
Posted 07 December 2020
Dr Daniel Fulton from MDS considers formative use of Turnitin reports for academic writing skills development.
Posted 30 November 2020
Lindsey Compton from Biosciences discusses how she has been using lecture watch parties as a synchronous companion to asynchronous discussion boards.
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Creating a community around digital through the Birmingham Digital Exchange – Professor Jean-Baptiste CazierBirmingham Digital Exchange (BDx) is an ongoing conversation about digital technologies in our work, our disciplines and our learning and teaching, across the University of Birmingham. It is the product of a successful Educational Enhancement Fund bid, the brainchild of Professor Jean-Baptiste Cazier (Director of the Centre for Computational Biology) and Professor David Parker (Professor of … Continue reading "Creating a community around digital through the Birmingham Digital Exchange – Professor Jean-Baptiste Cazier"
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