As lecturer in learning and teaching responsible for the PGCTHE, I keep an eye out for new resources to help our staff teach effectively online. This includes externally-provided webinars, toolkits, publications and other resources. Because active learning is high on our university agenda, I’m particularly keen to share guidance for moving active learning online. Below I’ve listed items that came to my attention in the past week. In the interest of clarity, our policy is to show the titles and descriptions in the language of delivery.
- 28/10/2020 Future Teacher, “Inclusive Practice”
- 4/11/2020 Jisc, “Learning and teaching reimagined, a new dawn for higher education?”
- 19/11/2020 Aberystwyth University LTEU, “Academy forum: Why and how to help students to reflect on their learning?”
- 16/12/2020 Aberystwyth University LTEU, “Advice for Action: Promoting Good Feedback Practice”
- Burgos, D. (2020). Radical solutions and open science: An open approach to boost higher education. Singapore: Springer Open.
- Carvalho, P. F., & Goldstone, R. L. (30/9/2020). “The most efficient sequence of study depends on the type of test“. Applied Cognitive Psychology.
- Hibberson, S. (6/10/2020). “Teaching online: the challenges and the potential“, Jisc blog
- Learning Scientists (30/9/2020). “Three Views On Remote Learning and Teaching“, #LrnSciChat
- Learning Scientists (22/10/2020). “Digest #148: Engaging Students in Online Learning“
- Nicol, D. (18/10/2020) “The power of internal feedback: exploiting natural comparison processes“, Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education
- University of Edinburgh, “Mini-series: Social justice and anti-discrimination“, Teaching Matters Blog
Please see the Staff Training booking page for training offered by the LTEU and other Aberystwyth University staff. I hope you find this weekly resource roundup useful. If you have questions or suggestions, please contact our team at email@example.com. You may also wish to follow my Twitter feed, Mary Jacob L&T.