HEFi team members discuss blended learning in Degree Apprenticeships, which enable students to complete a qualification that connects work-related skills with academic content to encourage evidence-based practices.
Richard Nickalls from the BIA talks about how international students can receive immediate support for their academic English and receive signposting to the various services available, through Canvas.
Danielle Hinton discusses whether our traditional approach to curriculum design is fit for purpose, and advocates for robust evidence-based learning designs.
Dr Andrea Patel talks about how to aid a smooth transition for students to and during postgraduate study.
Find out how you can make your Canvas content accessible and where to go for Canvas accessibility guidance and support.
Dan Reynolds talks about 'Sprint Forward' project', that used the 'design sprint' concept to address real challenges facing UoB, and gave students an opportunity to enrich and develop their employability skills.
Claire Belkadi and Lucy Drummond from the Study Abroad & Exchanges team discuss working with departments and staff across the university to see how NATY may facilitate expansion of our current student mobility offer.
Marios Hadjianastasis explores the range of research-intensive learning in action at the University of Birmingham.
Daniel Donaldson talks about the SoftWare Integrated Feedback Tool (SWiFT), an app developed to improve the experience of giving and receiving feedback within the university.
Canvas and web accessibility guide in line with new legislation 'Web Accessibility Regulations' which came into effect on 23rd September 2019.
Dr Carl Anthony describes feedback workshops with students to improve student understanding and satisfaction with the feedback process.
The EEF team hosted a showcase event on September 18th to celebrate projects recently funded and completed under the 'New Academic Teaching Year' (NATY) theme.
Prof Ian Jefferson talks about the Digital Innovation Boot Camp - a week-long education enhancement activity to train students in the cutting-edge digital technologies used within research activities and in industry.
The Shakespeare Institute's Abigail Rokison-Woodall shares lessons learnt from a pilot project for enrichment weeks in the New Academic Teaching Year (NATY).
Pro Vice Chancellor for Education Kathy Armour discusses Birmingham's Education Enhancement Fund (EEF).
HEFi was delighted to launch the Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education (PGCHE) at the Dubai campus in September.
The Open Classroom peer observation initiative aims to provide a safe, developmental space to learn with colleagues from across the institution.
Open to all University of Birmingham Staff, our new funding round invites bids for the Education Enhancement Fund (EEF) under the four themes of our HEFi19 Conference.
HEFi is pleased to announce Lecture Capture resource updates and improvements for colleagues when planning to use lecture capture.
Delivered during 1st-5th July, the HEFi Festival 2019 was our exciting, week-long programme of continuing professional development events.