Academic Practice Programme
This programme of workshops, activities and events is available to all staff, and is designed around current strategic priorities for the University. The sessions provide the opportunity to learn more about the chosen topic, share good practice across Colleges and gain an external perspective on the subject area through the involvement of a number of external speakers.
We look forward to welcoming you to these events and continuing to work with you.
|Monday, 20 March (1pm - 2pm)||Professional development discussions - Ked Road||Jillian Schofield|
|Thursday, 23 March (10am - 12pm)||Using technology to support inclusive teaching practice||Laura Hollinshead|
|Thursday, 23 March (12pm - 1pm)||Education - Drop-In Session||David Cunningham|
|Tuesday, 4 April (1pm - 2pm)||Education - Drop-In Session||David Cunningham|
|Wednesday, 5 April (12pm - 4pm)||Universal Design: How learning technology can support inclusive learning and teaching||Laura Hollinshead|
|Monday, 24 April (12pm - 1pm)||Education - Drop-In Session||David Cunningham|
|Thursday, 27 April (12pm - 1pm)||Professional development discussions - Brit Mill||Jillian Schofield|
|Monday, 22 May (10am - 12pm)||Using technology to support inclusive teaching practice||Laura Hollinshead|
|Wednesday, 7 June (1pm - 3pm)||Using technology to support inclusive teaching practice||Laura Hollinshead|
|Tuesday, 27 June (10am - 12pm)||Practitioners' perspectives||Ann Wells|
Postgraduate research supervision academic training and workshops
Opportunties for professional development for postgraduate research supervisors
Researcher Development Programme
The University Research Office runs a programme with support from staff across the University.
Assessment and Awards Training
The University Assessment and Awards team are offering several sessions such as training on Assessment Boards and Gradebook.
What's Happening ...
23 March (10am - 12pm)
Using technology to support inclusive teaching practice
This session will provide you with an opportunity to understand the importance of inclusive learning and teaching practice and how technology can be used to support these approaches. The practical activities will enable you to gain experience of these technologies and the evaluation techniques which can be used to assess their accessibility.
For more information please view our dedicated webpage.