Don’t miss these free webinars from the HEA

HEA-webinarsThe Higher Education Academy are providing a series of free lunchtime webinars to discuss critical issues in learning and teaching. The webinars are free and highly collaborative, and provide an excellent way to keep abreast of current thinking in Higher Education. The topics are:

  • What works in partnership learning and teaching? (7th October, 12.30 – 2pm)
  • What are undergraduate students telling us this year about their learning and teaching experiences? (4th November, 12.30 – 2pm)
  • What works in embedding employability in your institution? (26th November, 12.30 – 2pm)
  • Independent learning: disciplinary perspectives and experiences (2nd December, 12.30 – 2pm)

More information about each webinar is available on the HEA website.

Many thanks to Tomasz John for forwarding details of these.

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3 Responses to Don’t miss these free webinars from the HEA

  1. Tomasz John says:

    You welcome! Sadly, I’ll miss the first webinar as I’m on UCA mission on Indonesia 😦

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  2. Tomasz John says:

    Also, I forgot to mention you can join the LTHE Tweetchat every Wed 8-9pm for evening discussions on twitter: https://twitter.com/LTHEchat. Every week has a different take on teaching and learning in HE – for example – employability and graduate skills his week. The one dedicated to internatioanlisation of HE allowed me to network with professioanls from around the world. Great stuff and interesting people! Check out more here: http://lthechat.com/

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  3. tonyjreeves says:

    Many thanks Tomasz, I’ve been getting into Tweet chats recently and they’re a great way to learn! Thanks for sharing the link 🙂

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