Developing Effective Practice Hubs Survey and Workshop
|Dates:||30 April 2019|
|Times:||13:00 - 15:00|
|What is it:||Workshop|
|Organiser:||Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health|
|Who is it for:||University staff|
|Speaker:||Professor Caroline Bowsher|
This is an opportunity for anyone who is interested to be involved in steering future developments in the areas of Effective Practice Hubs.
Whatever your role in Teaching Delivery we want input into and, where appropriate, volunteers to lead, support and champion identified areas.
The survey and workshop will explore how we can develop Effective Practice Hubs to promote dialogue, share good practice across the University and draw on inspiration and experience from across the HE sector. The proposed Effective Practice Hub will support and facilitate collaboration and innovation. It will provide clear guidance and support to enable reusability of resources which meet multidisciplinary requirements. It will also identify training needs to further support effective sharing of teaching innovations. In the first instance we are proposing a pilot where we develop 3 effective practice hubs in:
1. Assessment and Feedback
2. Research Methods
3. Digital Literacy where resources are collated in a readily accessible form
The workshop will explore some examples of how effective practice hubs might be developed, but importantly will provide an opportunity for participants to identify what they want to see developed and how this might be done to serve multiple needs.
How you can engage:
• Please complete a survey on how you might want to see the Effective Hubs developed and used: https://hub11.typeform.com/to/mn5Ltt
• Register for the 2 hour workshop on Tuesday April 30th at 13.00-15.00 via Eventbrite. Any input you can make will be welcomed even if you are only able to attend part of this event.
Register your place via Eventbrite
Professor Caroline Bowsher
Role: Deputy Associate Dean for Pedagogical Development
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