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Posted 26 October 2020

Student Enrichment Online - MicroCPD

Erin Sullivan was working on a project investigating enrichment opportunities for distance learners when Covid-19 hit and suddenly all students became distance learners. She shares her findings in this MicroCPD.

Posted 13 October 2020

Assessment Design in a Bimodal Curriculum - MicroCPD

Lisa Coulson from HEFi discusses changes to assessment practices required by the Framework for Educational Resilience, and introduces resources that can help you decide how best to assess your students this year.

Posted 24 August 2020

MiniCPD: The Flipped Classroom

Dr Clare Ray introduces the concept of the 'flipped classroom' and how this can be used in a bi-modal teaching context.

Posted 08 June 2020

Remote Teaching Resource Now Available

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.

Posted 28 April 2020

LES and MDS Online Teaching Support

Get support for your transition to online teaching through these specially created resources for colleagues in LES and MDS.

Posted 31 March 2020

HEFi support for Personal Academic Tutors and Senior Tutors

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.

Posted 02 March 2020

MicroCPD: Using Resource Lists

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.

Posted 24 February 2020

HEFi Awards 2020

Information about the HEFi Awards held on the 12th February 2020 including the runners up and winners

Posted 17 February 2020

MicroCPD: Fake News and Media Literacy

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.