Dr Sarah Montano from Birmingham Business School gives advice on how to build a bi-modal module.
Dr Sarah Hall from the School of Education shares her top tips for online teaching of seminars, tutorials and small groups.
The HEFi Canvas "Remote Teaching Resource" is now published and available for staff to self-enrol, to support colleagues to design and deliver teaching and assessment online.
Get support for your transition to online teaching through these specially created resources for colleagues in LES and MDS.
As we move to supporting students online in response to COVID-19, HEFi are exploring ways to support Senior Tutors and Personal Academic Tutors working with tutees remotely. We will share resources and updates here.
For the next few weeks this part of the HEFi website will be dedicated to support for the Education Basic Delivery Framework and will be updated with information and resources from the University, HEFi and the sector.
Ben Costello discusses how to optimise the feedback process.
David Price highlights 10 underused or often missed VLE features that, if you aren't using already, are definitely worth trying.
Polly Harper from Library Services and Graeme Dobson from the School of Education discuss the benefits to staff and students of using the Library's digital reading lists tool Resource Lists.
Information about the HEFi Awards held on the 12th February 2020 including the runners up and winners
Dr Alex Conner from MDS details how to help your students to communicate their research
Prof. Scott Lucas, Department of Political Science and International Studies & Dr Richard Langley, Department of Film and Creative Writing discuss why media literacy is important for students and academics.
Joe Berry highlights the benefits of virtual field trips.
Dr Jon Panting talks about a joint project between MDS and HEFi to digitise skills capture for clinical students.
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.