Guest blog from Professor Bridget Anderson and Emma Newcombe
We’re all familiar with the use of icebreakers in workshops, seminars and meetings. Usually it’s a rapid-fire series of names, disciplines and role titles. They can also take alternative forms like an individual task that is then shared with the group … Continue reading
A few months ago, I wrote a blogpost on urban spaces and the concept of the civic university. This topic is now reconsidered in the context a pandemic-affected world and has led me to … Continue reading
A collection of ‘recipes’ to try with your students to introduce more active learning activities into your sessions. With a specific focus on digital engagement, this book is a must-have for any lecturer teaching students … Continue reading
In these ‘unprecedented times’ (yes, I said it) one thing at least is certain…like it or loath it, online teaching is here to stay.
This ‘new normal’ requires us as educators to consider new and … Continue reading
Adding game design and mechanics to your online content can make it more engaging, motivational and enjoyable. Online educational content is competing with social and entertainment content, and so now is as good a time … Continue reading
This AdvanceHE webinar was chaired by Patrick Baughan with presenters David Carless, Jess Moody and Jess Stokes discussing different aspects. The format of the webinar was that each presenter gave a 10-15 minute presentation (some … Continue reading