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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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The challenge of defining excellence – I know what it is when I see it

Joint Tweetchat on Weds, 25th January 8pm – 9pm.  This week’s joint chat with the HEA is hosted by Dr Kay Hack, Academic Lead for STEM with the Higher Education Academy – and regular parkrunner. In her blog post, The challenge … Continue reading

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Massive thank you to our #LTHEchat organising group

We would like to take this opportunity to thank our recent #LTHEchat organising team, Dr Chris Jobling, Kate Soper and Debbie Baff for all their hard work and commitment to the #LTHEchat community and for organising a wide range of … Continue reading

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#LTHEChat 59: Essay mills and academic verification: The sky is falling. The sky is falling! With Dr. Mike Reddy, @doctormikereddy

Dr. Mike Reddy is a Fellow of the RSA, Senior Fellow of the HEA, and a member of the Independent Expert Advisory Board for iParadigms Europe. He has been responsible for oversight of plagiarism detection and prevention in the UK … Continue reading

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#LTHEChat 58: Distance Learning with Simon Horrocks (@horrocks_simon)

Simon Horrocks (@horrocks_simon) Simon Horrocks is Assistant Director (Development, Learning and Teaching) at the Open University in Wales.  He is responsible for the support provided to the OU students in Wales and also the University’s postgraduate education students who are … Continue reading

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#LTHEChat 57: Open CPD with Chris Rowell @chri5rowell

Hi my name is Chris Rowell and I am a Deputy Learning Technology Manager at Regent’s University in London. Previously I was a Lecturer in Economics (1990- 2005) and a Lecturer in Education (2005-2010) at the University Centre Croydon. My … Continue reading

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#LTHEChat 56: Innovative Pedagogy in Higher Education, with Prof. Ale Armellini (@alejandroa)

Professor Alejandro Armellini is the Director of the Institute of Learning and Teaching in Higher Education at the University of Northampton. The mission of the Institute is to enable transformational learning experiences through inspirational teaching. Ale’s key role is to … Continue reading

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#LTHEchat and #HEAchat with Dr Kate Cuthbert. @cuthbert_kate. New to Teaching – What makes for a successful entry into HE teaching?

Its back on the 25th May – the #HEAchat and the #LTHEchat combo! Both hashtags will be used during this discussion. We are not going all Judy Blume on you by asking what your first time was like…..but this tweet chat will focus on … Continue reading

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#LTHEChat 55 : Bilingual German/English May 18th – Opening-up HE for non-traditional students, Martina Emke (@martinaemke)

#LTHEChat 55: Die Öffnung der Hochschulen für nicht-traditionelle Studierende, Martina Emke (@martinaemke) Who are non-traditional students? According to a 2015 report by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCSC) there is no clear definition. However, there seem to be some characteristics that … Continue reading

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