4 November 2015

Joined-up #LTHEchat and #BETTchat around Pedagogic Innovators in HE. Bringing together two communities using creative chat activities that enable multimodal participation and sharing. See the full post here.

13 November 2015

vixp7bre_400x400We organised a joined-up #LTHEchat and #BYOD4Lchat to explore together how we can use smart devices for curating information in a learning and teaching context. It was the week the open course BYOD4L was offered for the 4th time and too good to miss the opportunity to do something together.

27 January 2016 and onwards

zp7pa98gThe #HEAchat joins the #LTHEchat and this was our very first tweetchat together. Yes, we have agreed to collaborate more closely which is a wonderful opportunity for the wider academic community to come together as one. The collaboration continues since the founding of Advance HE and #AdvanceHE_chat

28 April 2016

cfm4p_xusaan0gyWe will be participating in an event organised by Teresa MacKinnon in collaboration with many others that will connect practitioners, networks and communities during Global Leadership Week to discuss open practices. More info here.

11 January 2017

raise_logo_blue5We have teamed up with the RAISE Network and will be offering joined-up tweetchats from January 2017. RAISE is a network of academics, practitioners, advisors and student representatives drawn from the Higher Education Sector who are working and/or interested in researching and promoting student engagement.This collaboration is a great opportunity to connect two versatile communities and extend opportunities for learning and development for all of us. Our contact is Dr Deena Ingham.

5 September 2017

alt-logo-2017As part of the ALT 2017 conference an #LTHEchat was organised invited by Dr Maren Deepwell, CEO of ALT. ALT Trustees James Clay and Sheila MacNeill joined by conference keynote speaker Dr Bonnie Stewart are the guest facilitators. Since then the #LTHEchat has continued supporting the annual ALT conferences.

1 September 2021

A new collaboration with the new Journal Open Scholarship of Teaching and Learning that is envisaged to provide a valuable platform for new and more experienced academic writers to share their practice and research in a wide range and alternative formats. oSoTL is an open access and open peer review journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. The ethos of the journal is collegiality and open scholarship, with the aim to make submissions as accessible as possible. For questions and proposals not covered on the website contact: