We hope you will enjoy this short video from the HEFi19 Conference held a couple of weeks ago on the theme of 'The Next Generation University'.
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Prof David Parker and Prof Jean-Baptiste Cazier discuss Birmingham Digital Exchange (BDx): an online conversation about digital technologies in our work, our disciplines and our learning and teaching, across UoB.
Ahead of HEFi19 Conference, Joseph Berry from HEFi considers how a nexus of new and pervasive technologies could impact higher education in the very near future.
Hear from Dr Celia Greenway, Director of Student Engagement, about the success of the PebblePad pilot project to support personal development and academic progress through Personal Tutoring.
Kabir Ganguly from Birmingham Digital Education discusses the benefits of digital assessment and feedback for staff and students.
Dr Tom Harrison considers how to optimise student engagement with the virtual learning environment.
Ross Millar from the Health Services Management Centre discusses ways to connect with your students using the Canvas conferencing tool.
This week Dr John Curnow introduces a resource to help make the most of digital education tools.
Dr Crayton Walker from the Department of English Language and Linguistics talks about using Panopto to capture interactive lectures.
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This week Shazad Khan from our Birmingham International Academy introduces the SAMR model for integrating technology in the classroom: Substitution; Augmentation; Modification; and Redefinition.
The New Academic Teaching Year (NATY) is planned for 2020/21. This week Senior Project Lead for NATY Laura Powell talks about your curricula being NATY ready.
Welcome to our new Chair in Higher Education Learning and Teaching, Professor Carol Evans.
Dionne Barton gives 8 ideas that can make a difference to Personal Academic Tutoring.
Rina F. De Vries and Els Van Geyte discuss small changes that can help our international students in lectures.
Read about the HEFi Awards, which were held at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens.
This week Dr Carley Nath talks about keeping students engaged and active during lectures through response technology.
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.