Author Archives: Neil Withnell

About Neil Withnell

I am a Senior Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing

#LTHEchat 79: Do our Referencing Standards and Expectations measure up?

This weeks chat is kindly hosted by Yaz El Hakim Yaz El Hakim is the Education Strategy and Communications Director at http://www.Kortext.com, Co-Chair of http://www.SEDA.ac.uk  and Honorary Learning and Teaching Fellow at the University of Winchester. Having been Director of … Continue reading

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Joint tweetchat on Wednesday 22nd February 2017 – Can Curriculum Development be Guided by Product Design

Joint Tweetchat on Weds, 22nd February  8pm – 9pm (UK time). This week’s joint chat with the HEA is hosted by Dr Kate Cuthbert & Dr Helen May In their blog post – Can Curriculum Development be Guided by Product Design Kate … Continue reading

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#LTHEchat 75: Managing the Sophomore Slump, OR, how to Motivate Second Year Students as the Middle Child of the Higher Education Experience?

This weeks chat is kindly hosted by Dr Kerry Gough & Luke Millard   Dr Kerry Gough (@drkerrygough) is a Learning and Teaching Consultant at Nottingham Trent University. Having spent some time focusing upon the development of student transition programmes, … Continue reading

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#LTHEchat 40 with Debby Cotton @ProfDcotton on ‘Unconscious Bias’

This week we are delighted to have Debby Cotton to discuss ‘Unconscious bias’ Unconscious Bias in teaching and learning in HE Bias is one of those things that all of us think we don’t have! Other people are biased, they may … Continue reading

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#LTHEchat 38 with Kate Wright @kateawright on ‘Normalising the Use of Technology’

This week we are delighted to have Kate Wright to discuss ‘normalising the use of technology’. In the past Technology Enhanced Learning was treated as something set apart from the rest of teaching and learning. HEIs often had e-learning strategies which … Continue reading

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